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With which morphs are we breeding

Reptifit keeps itself bussy with breeding of differents morphs of the Heterodon nasicus nasicus. Currently we are in possession the following morphs or combinations of these morphs:

Albino

Description

The albino morph is a recessive mutation and is the most common morph. An albino has a lack of melanin. The lack of melanin makes it that the snake has less brown-black pigmentation and that snake gets a red, orange or yellow color. You can recognise an albino with its red eyes.

Anaconda

Description

Anaconda is an heterozygous incomplete dominant mutation in the pattern of the snake. Many blotches connect with eachother and the side-pattern dissapears. The belly has a solid black color, with sometimes an exception at which there are speckles with white borders around them.
When you breed two anacondas with eachother, you will get the homozygous incomplete dominant superconda morph. The superconda morph is recognised with the patternless dorsal and a black belly.

Axanthicconda

Description
Axanthicconda is a combination of the recessive axanthic mutation and the heterozygous incomplete dominant anaconda mutation. The axanthic mutation makes the color and the anaconda mutation makes the pattern.
Axanthic

Axanthic is a recessive mutation with a lack of red and yellow pigmentation. The snakes have shades of white, grey and black. The belly of the axanthic also misses the yellow, red or orange pigmentation.

Anaconda

Anaconda is an heterozygous incomplete dominant mutation in the pattern of the snake. Many blotches connect with eachother and the side-pattern dissapears. De belly has a solid black color, with sometimes an exception at which there are speckles with white borders around them.
When you breed two anacondas with eachother, you will get the homozygous incomplete dominant superconda morph. The superconda morph is recognised with the patternless dorsal and a black belly.

Axanthic superconda

Description
Axanthic superconda is a combination of the recessive axanthic mutation and the homozygous incomplete dominant anaconda mutation. The axanthic mutation makes the color and the superconda mutation makes the pattern.
Axanthic

Axanthic is a recessive mutation with a lack of red and yellow pigmentation. The snakes have shades of white, grey and black. The belly of the axanthic also misses the yellow, red or orange pigmentation.

Superconda
Superconda is a homozygous incomplete dominant mutation in the pattern of the snake. This mutation is recognised by the patternless dorsal and can have a stripe from the head.
When you breed two anacondas with eachother, you will get the homozygous incomplete dominant superconda morph.

Toffeeconda

Description
Toffeecondaconda is a combination of the recessive toffeebelly mutation and the heterozygous incomplete dominant anaconda mutation. The toffeebelly mutation makes the color and the anaconda mutation makes the pattern.
Toffeebelly

Toffeebelly is a recessive mutation with a lack of melanin. The name “toffeebelly” was chosen because of the toffee colored belly. Toffeebellys often have a light gold-brownish color. However, often there are a lot more shades in clutch. These colors vary from green, red, orange and yellow shades.

Anaconda
Anaconda is an heterozygous incomplete dominant mutation in the pattern of the snake. Many blotches connect with eachother and the side-pattern dissapears. De belly has a solid black color, with sometimes an exception at which there are speckles with white borders around them.
When you breed two anacondas with eachother, you will get the homozygous incomplete dominant superconda morph. The superconda morph is recognised with the patternless dorsal and a black belly.

Superarctic

Description

Superarctic is an homozygous incomplete dominant mutation in the pattern and color of the snake. The mutation is recognized by white background with pink or tan skin and brown to gray blotches with big concentrations of melanin. Superarctics have a reduced head pattern.  With each shed they become lighter in color. When they get out of the eggs they look nearly fully black, but after a couple of sheds they look as in the picture. When you breed two heterozygous incomplete dominant acrtic snakes, you will get the superarctic morph.

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