Albino Western Hognose by Shovenose82
Albino Western Hognose by Shovenose82
Albino Western Hognose by Wallflower Herpetoculture
Albino Western Hognose by Wallflower Herpetoculture
Orange Albino Western Hognose by J&C Hognoses, LLC
Orange Albino Western Hognose by J&C Hognoses, LLC
Albino Western Hognose by Ohio Reptile & Rodent Company
Albino Western Hognose by Ohio Reptile & Rodent Company
Albino Western Hognose by Redridge Reptiles
Albino Western Hognose by Redridge Reptiles
Albino Western Hognose by RC Reptiles
Albino Western Hognose by RC Reptiles
Albino Western Hognose by Redridge Reptiles
Albino Western Hognose by Redridge Reptiles
Albino Western Hognose by Doc’s Herpetofauna
Albino Western Hognose by Doc’s Herpetofauna
Albino Western Hognose by Katia Shinkle Reptiles
Albino Western Hognose by Katia Shinkle Reptiles
Red Albino by Welsh Morphology
Red Albino by Welsh Morphology
Red Albino by Welsh Morphology
Red Albino by Welsh Morphology

    Albino

    First Produced By: Richard Evans

    Aliases: Amelanistic, T- Albino

    Issues: Photophobia

    First Produced In: 1992

    Availability: Rarest

    Last Updated: 2022-06-19

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    The Albino morph is a recessive mutation and is the most common morph. An Albino has a lack of melanin. The lack of melanin makes it that the snake has less brown-black pigmentation and that snake gets a red, orange or yellow color. You can recognize an Albino with its red eyes. [1]

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    Issues

    Photophobia

    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.

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    Appearance

    Head

    Albino Western Hognose have red eyes.

    Body

    The body of the Albino Western Hognose expresses a lack of melanin, resulting in the dark pigmentation being lost and leaving a yellow, orange, or red snake.

    Tail

    The tail follows the same coloration.

    Proven Lines

    Extreme Red Albino

    • First Produced By: Extreme Hogs
    • First Produced In: Unknown

    Orange Albino

    • First Produced By: Unknown
    • First Produced In: Unknown

    Purple Line

    • First Produced By: Extreme Hogs
    • First Produced In: Unknown

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    Combos

    • Coral (Albino Lavender)
    • Electric (Albino Pink Pastel)
    • Hybino (Albino Evans Hypo)
    • Smolder (Albino Smoke Hypo)
    • Snow (Albino Axanthic)
    • Sunburst (Albino Sable)
    • Sunglow (Albino Evans Hypo)
    • Toffee Glow (Albino Toffee Belly)
    • True Sunglow (Albino True Hypo)
    • Ultra Albino (Albino Caramel)
    • Ultra Caramel (Albino Caramel)
    • Ultramel (Albino Caramel)

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