The woma ball python is a breed of snake named for its defined band markings that resemble those of the woma python. Some observers may also mistake it for the Genetic banded ball python when not looking closely.
The woma ball python has a yellow upper lip, faded head markings and a well-defined banded pattern. This breed exhibits a wobble similar to the spider ball python. The woma ball python is a mutation of the woma python itself. The only difference between the two is that the woma python passes the dominant woma gene on to 100 percent of its offspring, whereas the woma ball python only passes it on to about half of its offspring.