First Produced In: 2008
Last Updated: 2022-01-13
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A recessive gene that creates blotches of reduced pigment, often turning part of the snake white. This gene is thought to start displaying at sexual maturity. One snake named Fluffy was originally founded by Brian Sharp and sold to Dave Colling who produced several litters of F1 and F2s. 
I took this project over from Brian Sharp. According to Brian, he was originally sold as a normal in CA. At two or three years of age, he shed off areas of color and has been that way ever since. I produced three litters of offspring in 2008/2009 and a litter of F2s in 2012. I’m raising up the entire litter of F2s to see what happens. Fingers crossed! 
A pattern morph where areas are turning white. 
No known proven lines
No known related traits
No combo pictures yet.