It’s been done and you can use a black light for identification.
Some of the clowns I have produced in the past couple of years, a side project for me since my ultimate goal is really Leopard Clown Pieds not just clowns.
Banana Lemon Blast Clown
Banana Pinstripe Clown
Banana Pinstripe Clown (one of my twin girls)
Super Pastel Lesser Clown
Pastel Lesser Clown
Not too much exciting stuff in the visual clowns. Most of the last season was future building- het clown stuff. Cg blade clown made here.
Picked this little fella up 11 days ago, he’s been a trouble feeder from the start, assist fed most of his life, but breeder wouldn’t let me have him until he had 6 strike feeds in a row. The day after I got him he drop fed and on Monday he strike fed. Pastel Clown, named Sweet Pea
0.1 clown (blade)
The 0.1 I was told may have blade but I’m 100% sure what to look for other than reduced pattern and blushing on dorsal… she definitely has reduced pattern compared to male bug both have dorsal blushing so…I am a lil stumped…
@jolan84 wow that’s clean. <3
i need some clown education, does it only effect the head stamp? or does it change color, tones, pattern ect?
It changes the whole pattern. Look at a normal BP and then look at a clown and it is pretty obvious.
From over at Morph Encyclopedia (In Progress) Part 2
Morph Encyclopedia: #0003
Thomas Eagle - Eagle Reptiles
CLOWNDeborah Stewart at Stewart Reptiles
Base Morph Recessive
The first wild-caught Clown Ball Python had small dark tear markings beneath the eye that reminded Vida Preciosa International Inc, the original producer of the Clown, of tear drops often displayed by clowns, giving it the name.
Head: Compared to the clean dark head of a Normal Ball Python, the Clown is bright and busy, with markings showing above the lips, beneath the eyes and the crown of the head.
Body: The Clown Ball Python has a hugely reduced pattern with a thick dark brown dorsal stripe and only slight banding from the “alien heads” of a Normal. Patterns are crisp and clean, with less spots and smudges showing.
Belly: The belly of the Clown Ball Python is usually a clean with a yellow undertone running down the central scales and the outer edges showing faded spotting.
Tail: The tail of the Clown Ball Python is usually dominated by the thick dark dorsal stripe.
- Tear drops: Clowns usually show teardrop banding down their body, which can range in thickness and length.
Known Issues: N/A
Other images of Clown:unkn0vvn1221
Image from jones810975
Multiple Gene Clowns:
Pinstripe ClownDeborah Stewart at Stewart Reptiles
Banana ClownDeborah Stewart at Stewart Reptiles
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@thecrawdfather Yes sir she is. She doesn’t have a single drop coming down off her dorsal stripe and her colors are wonderful. She is the crown jewel of my collection. She was my first big investment and I’m so happy I got her. Thanks for noticing.