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Q: 2 Year Old Ball Python ID
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ophio

Hello, this is my newest ball python. She is a 2 year old female and was sold to me as a ghost pinstripe. I got her off of someone who just couldn't take care of her anymore, he had gotten her from a breeder at an expo. I just wanted some second opinions on her morph. Thanks!
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Points: 100
Topics: Genetics
Tags: Ballpython, Ballpythonmorph, Help, ID
Species: Pythons > Pythons > Python regius
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Member Comment 11/27/2017 5:24:16 PM

Cenobite

I'm not seeing any pinstripe in it so Ima say straight up ghost ball.

 
Member Comment 11/27/2017 7:22:39 PM

Sonja K. Reptiles

It may be the lighting, but I'm not sure it's a ghost - there could be an additional gene added to ghost that is changing the look - I'm not sure. It is definitely not pinstripe, but looks like it has Spider in it.

 
Member Comment 11/29/2017 8:32:03 PM

Elexus H

I was thinking Honey Bee or possibly straight orange ghost or maybe orange ghost calico??? Its got some sort of hypo but no pinstripe....

 
Member Comment 12/10/2017 12:00:02 AM

Katiessnakes
I see pastel, Mojave, and spider. Definitely no pinstripe or ghost.
 
Member Comment 12/24/2017 8:41:02 AM

robd999

It definiteley has Spider, But something else too and not Ghost. The regular black spots / spodges along the sides are added by some genes such as Black Pastel, possibly mojave - but a poor expression of it. Don't think pastel - not bumblebee enough.

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