Kayuadi (Super Dwarf)

Aliases: Pulau Kayuadi

First Produced In: Unknown

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Last Updated: 2022-02-16

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The Kayuadi Island Reticulated Pythons went from being the first superdwarves to be imported, to barely existing at all in captivity. From outcrossing, and lack of proper attention to the preservation of pure bloodlines, the Kayuadi’s have almost disappeared in North America. [1]

Kayuadi is an isolated island east of Selayar and Tanahjampea They are said to get no longer than 10’ and remain extremely thin bodied for a Retic. Hopefully this will hold true with captive breeding, unlike the Jampeas. Pattern and color is similar to the Jampeas. [2]

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Bushmaster Reptiles had imported two gravid female Kayuadi Reticulated Pythons from then Island of Kayuadi. The females produced clutches of 9 and 11 eggs.

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The head of the Kayuadi Reticulated Python is a syrup color with the usual headstripe down the center. Many variations in eye color have been observed.


The body of the Kayuadi is full of rich golden coloration, which continues to develope with age, over a relatively clean, generic pattern. They have a high saddle count along their dorsal, with lots of black speckling along its edges. The blacks of a Kayuadi are extremely dark.


The tail of the Kayuadi Reticulated Python follows the same patterning as the rest of the body.

Proven Lines

Murdoch Line

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