Aliases: Pulau Tanahjampea, Jampeanus, P. r. jampeanus
First Produced In: Unknown
Last Updated: 2022-02-16
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The Jampea locality Reticulated Python originates from Jampea Island in Indonesia’s South Sulawesi Province. Jampea is considered the largest locality of the Dwarf Reticulated Pythons.
There is only one known 100% pure Jampea mutation, which is the Anerythristic.
Due to the difficulty involved in raising wild caught animals any getting them to pair up, the reptile world saw very few captive bred pure Jampeas. As pairing with a already established locality, some of which had morphs, this only made the availability of pure Jampeas even lower.
The head of the Jampea Reticulated Python is a light charcoal colour with the usual headstripe down the center. Their eyes are typically a silver\copper color.
The Jampea Reticulated Python has a clean base colouration, with very little spotting/speckling outside of the dorsal pattern, which has a high saddle count. Lateral patterning contrast within itself with copper portions surrounding charcoal grey side flames, which becomes more intense with age.
Jampea Retics have a faded pattern with silvers, grays, greens, browns and yellows making up the majority of the marking. 
The tail of the Jampea Reticulated Python follows the same patterning as the rest of the body.
No known proven lines