Super Pastel Ball Python

Super Pastels were first produced in 1999, they were the first "designer" ball python. Supers are created by breeding two pastels together, statistically this breeding should produce 50% pastels, 25% normals, and 25% supers. As hatchlings supers appear as an exteme version of a pastel. They are a bright neon yellow, with an opalescent pearl-like fading on their heads and well as their saddles. In addition to their great looks, supers are valuable from a genetic standpoint as well. When bred to a normal, 100% of the offspring will be pastels,no more 50/50 clutches. I hatched out my first Supers in 2005 and I`m looking forward to producing lots more of these beauties in the future.