This green tree python lady is the dam of four juveniles from our stock. The typical mustard color may have gotten the bluish haze during her last pregnancy. Near her belly the color changes into a more intensiv grey blue tone. Along the back there are precise mustard colored triangles. Moreover there are white scales arranged single, in flowers and also in groups distributed over the whole body.
The hormonal caused light blue basic coloration of this charming lady is probably her most noticeable character. Along her dark dorsal line there are single white scales and sky blue markings. A few groups of black scales appear like randomly arranged.
This little girl hatched as red neo. Because of it’s light green color, the dorsal line is still well visible. Thanks to her partly black scales she’s got a dark undertone, which evolved after her color change to green. Based on the distinct melanism of the sire we are really curious how this animal will turn out.
This female hatched 2013 as a red neo from the clutch of Nereus x Lyssa. Her bright green color is interrupted with her blue markings which get more and more intense. She gets a quite special look from her orange scales which are distributed all over her body and turning yellow by now. Similar to her father she’s got a yellow belly. Her brother NL13-02 Kerberos is also in our stock.
The parents of this yellow neo are both mustards of the Sorong typus. As far as we know, this is the worldfirst pairing of such animals. Phoebe hatched as a yellow neo and changed directly to mustard. Her base color isn’t changing any more, but white single scales and flowers are popping up more and more. Her dorsal line has a lavender tone at the moment.
To our knowledge there is at least one other sibling from the clutch which turned into a mustard. This supports the assumption of a genetic aspect of this coloration.
This lady is a captive bred from Italy. She originates from a cyclops x cyclops project with a nice blue dorsal line.
The blue basic coloration, combined with intense blue markings grant this female her special look. The farm bred animal originates from the cyclops mountain region and is unproofen.
This female hatched as a maroon neo, looking quite the same like her sire. Therefore we were always very interested in her development. Todays commonality is especially the yellow mask, which also her grand dam Chimaria had. Special about this female is the blue dorsal line, where the markings are filled with yellow scales.
This maroon neo had the most spectacular phase of color change. From all the animals we kept to see how they turn out, this female developed the highest amount of black. In consideration of the fact that females are usually not as spectacular as males her amount of black scales is remarkable. Especially considering her age of three years.