Status: Proven Co-Dominant
By Whom: The Snake Keeper, ( MKR
produced the first Super Mojave in 2004
Mojave ball python was first reproduced
in captivity in the year 2000. We had aquired
the orginal Mojave from a local wholesaler
of reptiles the previous year. We knew it
looked different as a baby but had no idea
it would turn into what it has become today.
Mojave ball pythons lack the typical shades
of black, brown and gold of normaly colored
ball pythons. The gold is replaced with
a clean yellow/yellow green color. The black
has become a deep rich brown hue with, in
some examples, extensive highlights. They
also have shades of light gray found in
the side pattern. Every generation just
seems to get better and better. Having the
Super Mojave just around the corner in 2004
and seeing what a Hypo Mojave looks like
these have really become popular for breeders
& collectors alike. They know how well
the other dominant morphs are doing so they
know the potential of the Mojaveas an investment.
They are a fantastic addition to the world
of ball python morphs!
text by The Snake Keeper
Kings produced the first "Super Mojave"
in 2004.......from breeding Mojave x Mojave.
The Super Mojave has a faint purple colored
head..........like it's holding it's breath.....dark
eyes............and there is pattern.........normal
ball python pattern is faintly visible on
the body..........almost like a Snow Ball.............patterned
in "two-tone" white. ( RDR blurp