03/25/08

Great week for ball python eggs! It seems that the female ball pythons can lay any time of year and we have had eggs throughout the winter and into spring. I am so excited about this year because we have a number of awesome projects going on! We are only three weeks and counting for the Burgundy albino eggs hatching (I can dream it is a dominant!). In the mean time, making that wait go faster we have had great clutches including hopefully the makings of powerballs, pearl balls, VPI axanthic pastels, VPI Black axanthics (my favorite snakes hatched last year), sugar balls x pastel, yellow head albino x spot-nose, VPI axanthic x sugar ball, and more!

Here are pics of my favorite female spot-nose and woma morph, which we hatched in 2003. The spot-nose was bred to my favorite male spot-nose. Both animals have amazing head patterns, and I anticipate some incredible babies, including I hope a powerball or two, which is the "super" form of the spot-nose. The woma morph was bred a beautiful male woma morph and I hope we hatch a pearl or two, which is the super form of the woma morph. Tracy

spot-nose female 2008: This female spot-nose has one of the best head patterns I have ever seen. She is bred to a male spot-nose, so we can hopefully see a "powerball" or two!spot-nose female 2008: This female spot-nose has one of the best head patterns I have ever seen. She is bred to a male spot-nose, so we can hopefully see a "powerball" or two!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Woma morph female on eggs.: We hope to see a "pearl," the super form of the woma morph out of these eggs!Woma morph female on eggs.: We hope to see a "pearl," the super form of the woma morph out of these eggs!