Ball Python Morph: Piebald



Proven by:

Peter Kahl Reptiles (1997)

Also referred to as a Pied, this is a recessive mutation. The Piebald ball python shows a unique pattern with sections of white that can vary in size and shape.
The amount of white on the pied can vary from 10% to 90% with no indication from the parents on how much white will be on each baby, The amount of white is generally random, but what all pied have in common is their normal looking head.


The Pied gene is a very sought after mutation and something that can catch the eye of people who aren’t even into snakes.

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

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