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RepStylin® Snake Breeding Projects
The majority of our snakes, colubrids in particular, breed in early spring and produce eggs by late spring, with babies hatching throughout the summer months. We overshoot with breeding, knowing that a significant percentage of pairings each will not produce viable offspring. We don't ever keep a wait list or pre-sell babies that have not hatched or are not yet eating well enough. If you want to know what is for sale at any given time, please check the "available" pages (boa, colubrid & python), where every snake for sale is listed with individual photo, gender, genetics, feeding and price information. If you don't see what you are looking for there, then we really don't have any for sale at this time. Snakes should be purchased directly through the website shopping cart. If you see it listed for sale, then it should definitely still available and will be the exact snake pictured that you purchase. Please also check out our Facebook page, which complements this website. Sales are through the website only, but the Facebook page is where we often post first to share photos of new animals being produced and other reptile-related photos and information. Just click the Facebook icon below or at the top of this page to go there.
Snake Species & Morphs Combos We Breed & May Be Expecting in 2018
Amazon Tree Boas
Mango X red & orange marbled colorful
A variety of morph combos working with the following genes:
Paradox pairings that attempt to reproduce the looks.
Boa Constrictors (BCI)
A variety of morph combos with the following genes:
Working with the following genes:
Working with the following
genes to produce a variety of combo morphs:
Charcoal (AKA anery B)
Cinder (AKA anery C)
Diffused (AKA bloodred)
Rootbeer / Creamicle (corn snake & Great Plains rat snake hybrids)
Honduran Milk Snakes
with the following genes:
RepStylin® Wicked aberrant projects that attempt to prove whether the look is genetic
Mexican Black Kingsnakes
Taking the 2018 season off intentionally.
Taking the 2018 season off intentionally.
Applegate aberrant striped Sinaloan milk snakes & hets.
Restylin® World First Morph Combos and Unique Animals Produced
RepStylin® has a number of world's first corn snake morph combos as
well, which include the following:
Other RepStylin® Snakes with Unique Looks Not Yet Proven Genetic
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 is probably something different. In 2017 we will repeat the pairing that produced these babies, as well as breeding their sire
to some other females to try to determine whether this look is reproducible / genetic. In 2018, these two should be ready to breed
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! Some of them will be raised up and bred to see whether
the look is reproducible.
Oddball / Paradox 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 recently with a variety of unusual looks that don't appear to be known morph combos that they "should"
have been. (See baby photos above). 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" will prove to be reliably genetic or what. Can't wait to find out!
Looking to Purchase Snakes?
RepStylin® Wicked Ghost Aberrant Honduran Milk Snake
RepStylin® Wicked Hypo Aberrant Honduran Milk Snake
RepStylin® Effervescent Hypo Aberrant Brazilian Rainbow Boa
RepStylin® Oddball / Paradox Ball Pythons
World's First Coral Glow Genetic Stripe Ball Python Hatched by RepStylin®
First RepStylin® baby snake of the new year!
Albino genetic stripe combo.
Black spinner with cool stripy pattern!
Very funky bee with lots of white!
Funky pastel baby! Almost looks like a bee.
White Headed Black Pewter Pied Sire with "Oddball Component"
2018 Baby Snakes
Another mystery morph hatching!
Cool bee combo with nice ringer!
Crazy good oddball bee!