Hi this is my first post that I’ve ever created, so if I do anything wrong I’m sorry. I need some help identifying if this is just a random mutation that can be proven out or if you guys have seen something like this before. This female has a yellow pattern on the lower half of her body near her belly. I’ve done some research and I can’t find anything that looks like her. I plan to prove her out to see if this is genetic or not. She was a rescue that A friend got in and wanted me to take it. She was found in a parking lot in Saratoga New York so I have no idea how old she is or where she came from.
Any input is appreciated thank you!
Hi @saltys_ball_pythons and welcome to the family
I won’t lie, them pictures are going to make it near impossible to tell you what you have.
Here is a Guide in asking for Morph Identification Help that will help us out here.
Sunlight helps a awful lot compared to artificial light, so when you get chance head on outdoors and get some pictures
Ok I will I did realize it in the pictures it’s kind a hard to tell that it’s yellow not cream like many other ball pythons have. Thank you for you help!
Certainly doesn’t look like she’s starving or anything like that so that’s good news!
More pictures are necessary, but so far I don’t see anything on this snake that I wouldn’t consider within the range of normal. Normal BPs can be very variable.
Yeah this girl is huge in person she handles f/t large rats with ease!
@eaglereptiles Hi I just took the sunlight pictures, any thoughts?
These pictures are much better
I personally think it’s a beautiful normal. I can see the yellow flaming your talking about but as West also mentions, it’s nothing out of the normal range. Just a bit of individually.
Ok thank you for you input I honestly had no idea LOL!