Posts tagged designer morph.
The Huffman Gene is in the dark morph complex; by itself the Huffman has an orange tint with blushing on its side pattern and distinguished key holes also referred to as alien head.
The Huffman is a co-dominate morph and has a super form in which of a surprise does not make a black snake at all, but a unique bright colored animal with more intensified pattern and brighter from its original stage. When combined with other dark allelic animals it makes a like super morph, an all black snake with silver side pattern. This has not been proven to be Allelic heterogeneity or if will reproduce itself such as locus heterogeneity.
This project has an abundance of potential and not much has been done with it except some of the few examples I am showing you.
Gosling - 2013 medium expression Super Stripe (boa constrictor imperator - BCI)
My super stripe bebes are ready for a food upgrade. These kids were big babies and man they’re growing fast! They’re catching up to some of my 2012’s like nobody’s business.
Super Cypress hatchlings produced by Micheal Freedman of The Florida Reptile Ranch.
The Cypress is an incomplete dominant mutation that appears to be similar, and possibly related, to the recently introduced Bongo from E.B. Noah in Ghana.
I wonder how they’ll colour up as adults …
Hatchlings! Weights in captions.