The Paradox Albino is named for the random spots of pigment scattered across their scales.
Paradox Albino is a completely seperate mutation to both Paradox and Albino.
After breeding a Albino Paradox and a Bell Albino you get normals double het for both. Once you pair those together, unless it’s a visual Jenny Paradox Bell, it is difficult to know what ones are albino paradox het albino, albino het albino paradox.
While the word photophobia literally translates to a "fear of light”. Its not actually that you are scared of light, but instead, are incredibly sensitive to it. Animals with albinism experience photophobia due to the lack of pigment in the iris, which does not allow the eyes to filter out light.
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The head follows the same colouration as the rest of the body.
The primary color is usually a pale orange or pink. The number of spots varies by snake. These dark blotches or speckles are the only dark pigment on an otherwise pale snake. 
The tail follows the same colouration as the rest of the body.
There was some dispute over who had the right to name the double visual of an albino and albino paradox. However, I have compared notes and dates with the other breeders. I made my year before and was told I had the naming rights to the morph. I named them Jenny Paradox Bell. - Jennifer Elliott
No known proven lines
Paradox Albino has been proven incompatible with Albino, with the double recessive being named the JPB.