Batik

Issues: Kinking towards the tail and unviable eggs in the Super form

First Produced In: Unknown

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Last Updated: 2022-01-08

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About

This incomplete dominant pattern mutation brings in an insane pattern and color. [1]

Per Wikipedia:
“Batik” is a term that has its origins in Indonesia . It may have been derived from a word called ‘ambatik’ that translates into “a dotted piece of cloth”. Batik is commonly used to describe a fabric dyeing process that utilizes a special resist method.

The look of batik patterned art or clothing is what inspired the morph name. [2]

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Issues

The homozygous form is often lethal due to severe kinking issues toward the tail in babies that survive incubation. It is rare to see an individual Super Batik that has no kinking or little enough that they can survive towards adulthood.

History

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Appearance

Head

Largely unchanged.

Body

Significant disordering of the side and dorsal markings, with some specimens joining the two in a busy, almost pixelated pattern. In other individuals, there will be a more obvious separation with a “striped” appearance.

The Super Batik is a patternless leucistic snake.

Proven Lines

No known proven lines

Related Traits

No known related traits

Combos

  • Batrix (Batik Matrix)
  • Pixel (Batik Golden Eye)
  • White Lightning (Batik Ivory)
  • Electrostatic (T+ Batik Ivory)

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