lemon blast ball python
Lemon Blast Ball Python is a beautiful designer morph that is created by breeding a pinstripe to a pastel. Lemon Blasts combine the intricate fine-line pattern of the pinstripe and the bright yellow color of the pastel. They also have solid white bellies and pale amber/green eyes.
The pinstripe X pastel breeding should statistically produce an even number of normals, pinstripes, pastels, and Lemon Blasts. This is an awesome morph to breed into other morphs. Just by breeding it to normal females you should get 25% Lemon Blasts.
how long do ball pythons live
Reaches full adult size of 3 to 5 feet in approximately 18 months. Sturdy and long lived – more than 15 years in captivity. Great snake species for kids (supervised) and loved by adults.
What is a Lemon Blast Ball Pythons?
The Lemon Blast Ball Python is a bright morph that combines the dominant gene Pinstripe and the incomplete dominant gene Pastel. This genetic combination is a great example of just how much can be done with just two genes. When bred to a normal Ball Python, both genes will be passed on and visually expressed in roughly 50% of the offspring. As a dominant morph, Pinstripe has no visual super form, even when it is homozygous in an animal.