Type: Incomplete Dominant
First Produced By: New England Reptile Distributors
First Produced In: Unknown
Last Updated: 2022-06-30
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Jaguar is an incomplete dominant mutation.
The Jag Reticulated Python has a genetic disorder referred to in the hobby as a “wobble”. “Wobbles” can range from almost unnoticeable to worryingly severe on an individual basis and is one of the most highly debated and controversial topics in the reptile world, with many experienced breeders and keepers on both sides of the debate. “Wobbles” are often more noticeable during feeding and agitation and can be affected by stress and husbandry.
No history yet.
Jaguar is very similar to a “Jungle Retic” hybrid. The only difference is the base color and head shape. It’s head is a faded yellow color 
It has a very clean pattern, the dorsal pattern is striped and is a nice silver (as opposed to cream in Jungles) base color. The side patterning is similar to normal Retics. 
No known proven lines
No known related traits