Ball Python Morph: Champagne



Proven by:

EB Noah (2005)

The champagne ball python is a stunning morph that can vary quite a bit in color and pattern.

The champagne is a co-dom morph that is generally tan and gold in color but offers a variable pattern when one is present.

There are several morph combinations that when combined with champagnes produce a lethal gene or snakes that fail to thrive. Some of these crosses include spiders, womas, really anything that tends to have wobbles or motor skill issues.

We are very excited to have a few females this year and cant wait to see what they produce.

Champagne was last modified: January 2nd, 2015 by Tom

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