Lesser ball pythons are a color variation, or morph, of the ball python, which is a snake that is often kept as a pet. The lesser morph affects the way the pigmentation is displayed on the snake's skin.
Ball pythons of the species Python regius typically reach 2 to 3 feet in length if male or 4 to 5 feet in length if female. They are the smallest of all African python species and rarely grow larger than 6 feet.
Mojave ball pythons are snakes of the species Python regius that have a reduced pattern of light markings against a dark background. The light markings are teardrop-shaped with a single dark spot in the middle and are se...
An orange ghost ball python is a color pattern or morph of the ball python, a common pet snake. Orange ghosts have a reduced amount of pigment in their skin, so their coloration is not as deep or dark as in snakes with t...
A ghost ball python is a variety, or color morph, of the standard ball python that has paler scales due to a reduction in melanin. Full melanin production gives scales a black or brown color, but reduced melanin gives sc...
A queen bee ball python is a color variation of the ball python. The queen bee is a pale, almost white color with brown markings down its back.
The leopard ball python is a specific strain, or morph, within the ball python family. This specific morph is characterized by the light blotch on its heads as well as black markings on both its top and belly.