Snake Species & Morphs Combos We Breed & May Be Expecting in 2018

Amazon Tree Boas
Mango X red & orange marbled colorful phase.

Ball Pythons
A variety of morph combos working with the following genes:

Albino
Banana
Black Pastel 
Cinnamon
Coral Glow
Enchi
Fire
Genetic Stripe
Hypo (Ghost)
Lavender Albino
Lesser Platinum
Mojave 
Pinstripe
Paradox pairings that attempt to reproduce the looks
Pastel
Piebald (AKA Pied)
Pinstripe
oa Constrictors (BCI)

A variety of morph combos with the following genes: 

Blood
Hypo
Kahl Albino
Motley

Carpet Pythons 
Working with the following genes:
 
Albino
Caramel
Jaguar
Stripe

Corn Snakes
Working with the following genes to produce a variety of combo morphs:

Amel
Anery A
Caramel
Charcoal (AKA anery B)
Cinder (AKA anery C)
Diffused (AKA bloodred)
Hypo A
Motley
Lavender
Rootbeer / Creamicle (corn snake & Great Plains rat snake hybrids)
Tessera
Ultra


Honduran Milk Snakes
Working with the following genes:
 
Albino
Anery
Hypo
RepStylin® Wicked aberrant projects that attempt to prove whether the look is genetic and reproducible.


Mexican Black Kingsnakes
Taking the 2018 season off intentionally.

Rainbow Boas
Taking the 2018 season off intentionally.
 

Sinaloan Milk Snakes 

Applegate aberrant striped Sinaloan milk snakes & hets.



Snake Species & Morphs Combos We Breed & May Be Expecting in 2018

Amazon Tree Boas
Mango X red & orange marbled colorful phase.

Ball Pythons
A variety of morph combos working with the following genes:

Albino
Banana
Black Pastel 
Cinnamon
Coral Glow
Enchi
Fire
Genetic Stripe
Hypo (Ghost)
Lavender Albino
Lesser Platinum
Mojave 
Pinstripe
Paradox pairings that attempt to reproduce the looks
Pastel
Piebald (AKA Pied)
Pinstripe
Spider
Ultramel
Yellow Belly

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Snake Species & Morphs Combos We Breed & May Be Expecting in 2018

Amazon Tree Boas
Mango X red & orange marbled colorful phase.

Ball Pythons
A variety of morph combos working with the following genes:

Albino
Banana
Black Pastel 
Cinnamon
Coral Glow
Enchi
Fire
Genetic Stripe
Hypo (Ghost)
Lavender Albino
Lesser Platinum
Mojave 
Pinstripe
Paradox pairings that attempt to reproduce the looks
Pastel
Piebald (AKA Pied)
Pinstripe
oa Constrictors (BCI)

A variety of morph combos with the following genes: 

Blood
Hypo
Kahl Albino
Motley

Carpet Pythons 
Working with the following genes:
 
Albino
Caramel
Jaguar
Stripe

Corn Snakes
Working with the following genes to produce a variety of combo morphs:

Amel
Anery A
Caramel
Charcoal (AKA anery B)
Cinder (AKA anery C)
Diffused (AKA bloodred)
Hypo A
Motley
Lavender
Rootbeer / Creamicle (corn snake & Great Plains rat snake hybrids)
Tessera
Ultra


Honduran Milk Snakes
Working with the following genes:
 
Albino
Anery
Hypo
RepStylin® Wicked aberrant projects that attempt to prove whether the look is genetic and reproducible.


Mexican Black Kingsnakes
Taking the 2018 season off intentionally.

Rainbow Boas
Taking the 2018 season off intentionally.
 

Sinaloan Milk Snakes 

Applegate aberrant striped Sinaloan milk snakes & hets.



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RepStylin® has a number of world's first ball python and corn snake morph combos as, which include the following:
 
Albino Genetic Stripe Lesser Ball Python
 
Anery Caramel Corn Snake

Anery Caramel Stripe Ultramel Corn Snake (anery A + caramel + stripe + het amel + het ultra)
 
Anery Caramel Ultramel Corn Snake

Banana Genetic Stripe Lesser Pastel (AKA Chunky Monkey) Ball Python

Black Pastel Genetic Stripe Lesser (AKA Bedazzle) Ball Python
 
Black Pastel Lesser Yellow Belly (AKA Lesser Evil) Ball Python
 
Black Pastel Pastel Yellow Belly Ball Python
 
Black Pastel Pinstripe Spider Yellow Belly (AKA Web Spinner) Ball Python
 
Black Pastel Pinstripe Super Pastel Yellow Belly (AKA Palette) Ball Python

Blizzard Motley Corn Snake (amel + charcoal + motley)
 
Bloodred Motley Tessera (diffused + motley + tessera)
 
Bloodred Stripe Tessera (diffused + motley + tessera)
 
Butter Creamsicle Stripe Hybrid Corn Snake

Caramel Diffused Motley Tessera Corn Snake (caramel + diffused + motley + tessera)
 
Caramel Diffused Stripe Tessera Corn Snake

Caramel Granite Corn Snake (anery A + caramel + diffused)

Caramel Motley Plasma Corn Snake (caramel + diffused + lavender + motley)

Charcoal Motley Tessera Corn Snake (charcoal + motley + tessera)

Cinder Diffused Tessera Corn Snake (cinder + diffused + tessera)

Cinder Motley Tessera Corn Snake (cinder + motley + tessera)

Cinder Stripe Ultramel (cinder + stripe+ het amel + het ultra)

Coral Glow Genetic Stripe Lesser (AKA Golden Glow) Ball Pyhon

Creamsicko Diffused Hybrid Corn Snake (diffused + het amel + het ultra in corn / Emoryi rat hybrid)

Creamsicko Diffused Motley Hybrid Corn Snake (diffused + motley + het amel + het ultra corn / Emoryi rat hybrid)

Creamsicko Diffused Stripe Hybrid Corn Snake (diffused + stripe + het amel + het ultra corn / Emoryi rat hybrid)

Creamsicko Stripe Hybrid Corn Snake (stripe + het amel + het ultra corn / Emoryi rat snake hybrid)

Creamsicle Diffused Stripe Hybrid Corn Snake (amel + diffused + stripe corn / Emoryi rat snake hybrid)

Diffused Gold Dust Motley Corn Snake (caramel + diffused + motley + het amel + het ultra)
 
Diffused Gold Dust Stripe Tessera (caramel + stripe + tessera + ultramel)

Diffused Hybino Stripe Corn Snake (amel + diffused + hypo A + stripe)
 
Diffused Hypo Motley Tessera (diffused + hypo A + Motley + Tessera)
 
Diffused Hypo Stripe Tessera (diffused + hypo A + Stripe + Tessera) 

Diffused Motley Opal Corn Snake (amel + diffused + lavender + motley)

Diffused Opal Stripe Corn Snake (amel + diffused + lavender + stripe)

Diffused Peppermint Stripe Corn Snake (amel + cinder + diffused + stripe)

Diffused Motley Root Beer Hybrid Corn Snake (diffused + motley corn / Emoryi rat snake hybrid)

Diffused Stripe Root Beer Hybrid Corn Snake (diffused + stripe corn / Emoryi rat snake hybrid)
 
Diffused Stripe Tessera Corn Snake 

Diffused Stripe Ultra Corn Snake (diffused + stripe + ultra)

Diffused Stripe Ultramel Corn Snake (diffused + stripe + het amel + het ultra)
 
Diffused Stripe Ultramel Tessera Corn Snake
 
Fire Stripe Tessera Corn Snake (amel + diffused + stripe + tessera)
 
Granite Stripe Tessera Corn Snake (anery A + diffused + stripe + tessera)

Motley Pewter Ultramel Corn Snake (motley + charcoal + diffused + het amel + het ultra)

Motley Plasma Corn Snake (diffused + lavender + motley)

Motley Sulfur Corn Snake (amel + caramel + diffused + motley)

Motley Whiteout Corn Snake (amel + charcoal + diffused + motley)

Rootbeer Stripe Tessera Hybrid Corn Snake (stripe + tessera corn / Emoryi rat snake hybrid)
 
Sulfur Stripe Tessera Corn Snake
 
RepStylin® "Wicked" Aberrant Honduran Milk Snakes: One of our 2015 Honduran milk snake clutches yielded these fun aberrant patterned babies. The parents were a ghost and a hypo het anery with pretty typical banding. I had acquired both parents from a friend who was getting out milk snakes and could not remember who she had purchased them from. I have been told that they resemble a line called "crazy" but have no evidence linking them to this line and have to presume it may be something different. Maybe I will breed them to find out at some point, but I am in no particular hurry to to that.....
RepStylin® Wicked Ghost Aberrant Honduran Milk Snake
RepStylin® Wicked Hypo Aberrant Honduran Milk Snake
RepStylin® Effervescent Hypo Aberrant Brazilian Rainbow Boa
Some of our RepStylin® Oddball / Paradox Ball Pythons
World's First Coral Glow Genetic Stripe Ball Python Hatched by RepStylin®
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MorphMarket reptiles for sale
2019 Snake Breeding Goals and New Year's Resolutions:
1. To minimize this craziness! It's been fun producing a variety of captive bred snakes in fun morphs for more than a decade now, but it is time to slow down and just enjoy the unique collection primarily as a hobbyist without having to deal with all the work and fuss involved with breeding, sales and maintaining a large numbers of snakes. I have far exceeded my expectations as a reptile breeder now and just wish to minimize my time spent on snake hobby to have more time for family, career, travel and other endeavors. I probably will continue to breed snakes occasionally if they have the potential to produce really unique and high-end morph combos. And any extra babies may be listed here on the website for sale, as well as any other snakes I may decide to part with down the road, but there will probably not be too many. Realistically speaking, breeding and selling snakes is really just not worth all the fuss when you already have the collection that you want, are chronically short on time and don't actually need the money. Life is too short!

2. To focus primarily on BALL PYTHONS, which are my hands down favorite snake species! I have a few more fun unique and high end ball python breeding projects I would like to pursue in the near future. This year I am not brumating (cooling) any of the colubrids and not really planning to breed them, although I might let some of the females breed if they happen to ovulate anyway (the test to see whether brumation is as unnecessary as I suspect it may be). With my other species, I am just happy keeping my small collections primarily as pets with potential to breed in future years if I so choose.

~Wendy~
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Other RepStylin® Snakes with Unique Looks Not Yet Proven Genetic
RepStylin® "Effervescent" Aberrant Hypo Brazilian Rainbow Boas: Our 2016 hypo X het hypo Brazilian rainbow boa litter produced several of these unusually patterned babies. Their unrelated parents were bred to each other previously and produced mostly typical looking hypos and het hypos, and we're not sure what's going on with the funky pattern on these new baby boas but do think the bubbly look is pretty cool! Maybe we will breed these again someday to find out whether is reproducible.....
 
RepStylin® Oddball / Paradox /Extreme Ringer Ball Pythons: We have a white headed black pewter pied male ball python that has produced multiple odd-looking babies with excessive white and / or random odd patterns when bred to multiple females now, and they are babies that cannot be piebald or traditional super morph leucistics. Crazy Eyes, our the unique ball python with one black eye and one blue eye on the front page of this website currently, is one of these crazy oddballs, and there have been a few more bizarre babies that have hatched out with a variety of unusual looks that don't appear to be known morph combos that they "should" be. Of course we will be keeping the really unusual looking babies to raise up as breeders in order to find out if this "oddball component" how reliably genetic this "oddball component" will be. Can't wait to find out!
 First ball python clutch of 2019!
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 First RepStylin® baby snake of 2019!
 Albino genetic stripe ball pyton hatching!
 Sweet albino genetic stripe lesser hatching!
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 Hybrid colubrid clutch! No brumation!
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 Firefly ball python on eggs!
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 Corn snake eggs despite not brumating at all!
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 Another nice corn clutch without brumation!
 Cinder corn on eggs! Again no brumation....
2019 Project Photos
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More corn snake eggs despite not brumating!