Boaedon capensis T- albino

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Species: Boaedon capensis
Name of Gene: T- Albino
First produced by whom: unknown
Year First Produced: unknown
Genetics Type (Incdom/Codom/Recessive/Polygenic/etc): recessive
In complex with other genes?: no
Other names/aliases for it?: Albino
Description: T- albinos have no melanin and no tyrosinase

Appearance; What it does/looks like?

  • Head: the head has a white “mask” on the jaw, nose, and eyes. The top of the head is an orange or yellow colour. They have yellow or green eyes with red pupils
  • Body: Orange or yellow with white patterning and sides
  • Belly: pure white
  • Tail: Orange or yellow on top. White on the bottom

Proven Lines:
Related Genes: T- yellow butter, T- orange butter, T- hypo albino “moonglow”, T- albino blue-eyed, extreme gene albino, KZN red T- albino, Oreo, KZN red extreme gene albino granite/speckled, Kenyan red T- albino, T- albino capensis x fuliginosus, Kenyan red T- albino hypo, T- and T+ albino “stacked”

Proven: To what degree it is proven out to not just be polygenic? This gene is fully proven to be recessive by many house snake breeders
Unique: Why do you believe this is a new morph and not an existing one? There are no morphs for house snakes on morph market yet

Problems: Any problems? No
History: The history behind its discovery? Unknown
Disagreement or Controversy: none
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