Albino (BWC)

First Produced By: Sharon Moore

Aliases: Caramel Albino, Boa Woman Caramel, Bwc, BW Caramel

Issues: Photophobia

First Produced In: 1986

Availability: Rarest

Last Updated: 2022-06-30

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While the word photophobia literally translates to a "fear of light”. Its not actually that you are scared of light, but instead, are incredibly sensitive to it. Animals with albinism experience photophobia due to the lack of pigment in the iris, which does not allow the eyes to filter out light.


Sharon produced the very first one of these babies back in 1986.
Sharon kept this one pretty baby and later bred it as an adult.
This female had a few more, “light phase” babies. [1]

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This mutation is an extreme form of hypo-melanism , the dark areas around the saddles are generally an inky purple. [2]

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Light Phase

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Albino (Sharp)

Paradigm Boa

The Paradigm Boa is a genetic anomaly first produced by Mike Weitzman in 2004. They are a product of breeding a BW Caramel to a Sharp Strain Albino. It seems by crossing the BW Caramel and Sharp Albino genes interrupt the production of melanin or black pigment to such an extent to generate the unique look of a “T-Positive” Albino. [3]


  • Artic (Albino (BWC) Albino (Sharp) Anerythristic (Type 1))
  • Artic Glow (Hypo Albino (BWC) Albino (Sharp) Anerythristic (Type 1))
  • Paradigm (100% Het Albino (BWC) 100% Het Albino (Sharp))
  • Paraglow (Hypo 100% Het Albino (BWC) 100% Het Albino (Sharp))

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