Morph Identification, please?

I got these two ball pythons from someone second hand, and they weren’t sure entirely of the morphs. They impulse bought them from an expo just thinking they looked cool. There is definitely spider in the one.

Any help would be greatly appreciated as I don’t plan on keeping them.


I’m just curious, if you don’t plan on keeping them, why did you buy them?

I’m going to say you have a Spider and a Pastel.
Your spider is very high white, a absolute stunner.

I didn’t pay for them. The guy wanted them out asap and didn’t know what to do with them.

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Right on. Hopefully you can find good homes for them.
I’d agree with @eaglereptiles too, looks to be a pastel and a beautiful spider.

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Are you gifting as well? :sweat_smile::sweat_smile::sweat_smile:

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I disagree. I think they are a bumblebee and a super pastel.


I agree with @westridge

I can see where @westridge believes it to be a bumblebee, it’s very yellow for a regular spider. But with the bumblebees I’m familiar with, it’s very dull. That could also be because of the snakes age making the yellow fade as they age.
Definitely debatable and @westridge has more experience in balls than I do, so that guess is well warranted.

I’ll take your word over mine anyday. :blush:

It’s definitely a bumble bee. The other is likely a super pastel

Thanks for all the input guys! Still working on learning my morphs and genetics. I could tell there was spider in there, but all that white was throwing me off. She looks a bit less pale in person.

Awesome thank you Lee. You definitely have more experience than I do, and I’d take your word over mine any day.

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