Type: Incomplete Dominant
First Produced By: Rainbows-r-us-reptiles
First Produced In: 2011
Last Updated: 2021-12-31
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An incomplete dominant trait that displays as dorsal striping in het form (“Candy Stripe”) and creates an aberrant pattern with base color reduction in the homogenous state. 
Rainbows-r-us-reptiles: In 2007, a local girl produced a litter of baby Brazilian Rainbow Boa’s that showed some promising dorsal zig-zag striping. She brought them over and I bought 1.1 of them at 4 days old. My intent was to raise them up in hopes of working out a line of zig-zag striped Brazilian Rainbow Boas.
I bred these two together in 2011 and I do track all the breeding details so I had an estimated due date of 10/12/2011. I was watching her, she was clearly gravid. I was still hoping for more zig-zag stripes but was not thinking this litter to be anything super special. I was oh so wrong.
On 10/08, four days before her due date, I walked into the BRB room to find find Zoe’s cage door all fogged up and this little gem in the corner on the right side door hinge.
I saw some normal ones slithering around and then spotted this other odd looking baby on the left side hinge.
As I was pulling babies I find four FULL stripe babies…
11/05/2012 - Zoe and Ziggy had a second litter of babies with more Super Candy Stripes.
0.2 Super Candy Stripes
0.3 Candy Stripes
0.1 Possible Candy Stripe
2.1 Normals 
F3 Super Candy Stripes and Candy Stripes were produced in 2019 
Has a dark head, pink tongue and split frontal scale.
Heterozygous expression ( Candy Stripe) is dorsal striping with intense coloration.
Homozygous expression (Super Candy Stripe) is full body striping. 
No known proven lines
No known related traits