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Spider Ball Python Morph
Background Information and Primer

Spider ball pythons are a color and pattern morph that resembles an extreme reduced pattern ball python (lacking normal "wild-type" features). Their color is oftentimes referred to as being "golden" and they have a range of white speckling on their sides. This degree of speckling is what constitutes a low, medium or high white spider. Spider ball pythons also have very unique head patterns that separate them from other ball pythons. They also appear to be more "aware" of their surroundings and have been known to move their eyes as they observe their keeper. Spider ball pythons cross very well with other morphs to produce extreme color and pattern variations when "blended" with other morphs. Breeding with a Spider has created Bumblebees, Killer bees, Lesser bees, Honeybees and others. Spiders are dominant-trait based animals so there's no way to visually tell if hatchlings from the clutch are the "super" version by visual inspection alone. Since Spider ball pythons are dominant-trait animals, statistically speaking, when bred to a normal ball python half the clutch will be Spider ball pythons and the other half above average looking normal ball pythons.