First proven in 2000 by Dan and Collette Sutherland, mojaves are darker looking lesser platinums from a different wild caught line. They have a yellow, cream and chocolate brown appearance with an odd pattern of double spots where a wild type ball python might have single spots. As with lessers and butters, the homozygous form is the blue eyed leucistic (BEL), a solid white snake with blue eyes. All three morphs can be used in any combination to produce BELs, but super mojaves are a creamy lavender color with purple heads, where the other BEL complex mutations produce solid white animals.
Female Dob. 2014
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