Scientific Name: Python regius
Common Name: Ball Python
/ Royal Python
Morph: Albino ( T- )
Color Mutation - Simple Recessive ( Bob Clark )
Ball Pythons lack all dark pigment, they are amelanistic (containing no melanin) their skin cells can only synthesize yellow
and red pigments. Albino Ball Pythons are yellow and white with red eyes. Albino Ball pythons are one of the most beautiful
morphs in the Ball Python world. They seem to at the top of every ones wish list in the hobby. I have always enjoyed how they
look; they are even more pleasing to the eye in person. One unique characteristics about the Albino Ball Python market is
the fact that it has kept its pricing very well. It definitely has not taken a deep dive as far as market pricing goes over
the last several years and has held very steady. Albino Ball Pythons are definitely a solid investment.
This mutation was first produced and proven simple recessive in 1992 by Bob Clark. To date , there are two phases of Albino Ball
Python, origional Albinos and lavender Albinos.