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CORAL_GLOW

Coral Glow ball pythonGenetic Morph: Coral Glow, White Smoke, Banana
Status: Proven Dominant
When:
2002
By Whom:
NERD

New weapons in the NERD arsenal, the Coral Glows were first produced in November 2002 from our beautiful Whitesmoke Albino male. Several names were batted around for these lavender-and-tangerine gems, but with their sunset coloration the term Coral Glow was soon established. This morph MUST be seen in person to truly be appreciated, as both animals possess an entire spectrum of orange and purple pigments impossible to capture with a camera. To further ice the cake, these vibrant serpents exhibit a random sprinkling of darker scales throughout their patterns. Needless to say, the future for this new mutation is as bright as the mutation itself!

Above text by NERD

As of 2005 NERD and Will Slough are the only two breeders who have produced Bananas ( Will ) aka Coral Glows and White Smoke ( NERD)..........crosses have been made too!..........we now have the "Banana Clown" ( Will )..........."Banana Pastel" ( Will and NERD )........and the "Banana-Pastel-Spider" ( NERD ) aka Banana Bumble Bee

Oh yeah..........both the original male "White Smoke" and the female Banana were both offered to me at different times while in Africa...........I was sent pics and thought that the snakes pictured where old "ragged out" Caramel Albinos with lots of ticks on them.............both were offered at $25,000.00 each..........and to think I passed on them just KILLS ME!!!!....;P

The original White Smoke male was very pale and not very pretty at all..........with all kinds of black specs on it..........the specs I figured were ticks.............the Banana female looked much better in the pics........but again..........she looked to be a tick infested Caramel.......I passed.......SHIT!!!!

It will interesting to see how the Bananas and Coral Glows mature........from what adults I have seen, they loose most of that bright color and the little black specs come in more noticeably as they age...........who would have ever thought that we would see a dominant albino?? ( RDR blurp )

 

 
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