Can you share some photos of adult batman ball pythons? Really like how those babies look and I’ve been thinking about starting ball python breeding and begin with an batman project, but haven’t seen many adult snakes. Bonus points if you can share photos of a batman + extra genes.
I second this- I want to see adult Batmans so badly!
We need a general glow up thread.
So much light….
This girl is not quite an adult, but she is about 1,000 grams. Hopefully next year. Lesser Batman. Added a baby pic for comparison
If only the line had stripe down her back had stayed black . She is beautful eaither way though.
Thanks. Yeah that is the one thing about babies to adults is, the contrast fades.
Still she is extremely gorgeous! I for sure would take her lol.
My batman (batmen?) are still unassembled pending in 3-5 years
She’s a pretty girl!
Gorgeous snake! A shame the black doesn’t stay indeed. Love how bright the snake is!
Love her pattern!
Hi I was told this is a pastel leopard spotnose yb, new to genetics and morphs. Just curious what makes this not a batman? Looking on MorphMarket the only ones I could say look like this are batmans tbh.
It’s lacking clown. A batman is a spotnose leopard clown
Oh ok cool thanks. Based on the info given would you say that this is a Pastel leopard spotnose yb then. Also, if I were to breed him would I be able to get batmans and if so how? Oh and also why the name batman lol.
Would be a little tricky to get Batman’s from him, since the gene you’re lacking is clown.
You’d need to breed it to something containing clown; and then breed those babies either back to him, or to something else with clown. With clown being recessive both parents have to carry the gene.
What @nswilkerson1 said, unless yours is het for clown it’s going to take two generations to get a batman from that combo as clown is recessive.
Not confident on my ability to ID yb in this context, but pastel leopard and spotnose appear to be there