Spider Ball Python

The spider is about as perfect a ball python mutation as you can imagine. A beautifully intricate "spider-webbed" pattern, pied-white sides, crazy head markings and pale green eyes make the spider an absolutely beautiful snake. In addition to their great looks, spiders are also known for their ravenous appetites and active libidos.

The spiders were proven genetic in 1999. Kevin McCurley introduced us to this spectacular dominant morph as well as a myriad of "designer spiders". My personal favorites are the bumblebees{spider X pastel} and the honey bees{spider X orange ghost}. I produced my first spider clutch in 2004, and look forward to producing many more spiders and spider crosses in the coming years. The spider is an absolute MUST for anyone interested in working with ball python morphs.