Pastels are an interesting morph of snake that have highlighted or intensified yellow pigments on their body. The yellow is often seen fading into shades of green which are more identifiable on certain morphs of pastel ball pythons. It truly is a beautiful and fascinating morph of snake, however, there are morphs beyond the simple pastel morph. Furthermore Albino Ball Python that is more pinkish with the same eye pattern.Therefore depending on the morph of Pastel Ball Python, they can cost anywhere between $50 to $1300. Here are the morphs that are sorted by price:
Pastel Ball Python ($50):
This is the standard and most common that you can find. It is yellower than the standard ball python.
Super Pastel Python ($100):
Unlike a normal ball python, this morph has 2 sets of the pastel morph gene. The effect this has is that it is much yellower than a normal pastel python.
Bumblebee Ball Python ($100):
This particular morph of ball pythons has the blotchy pattern of the spider with a yellow-white or yellow-brown background.
Lemon Pastel Yellow Belly ($120):
On the surface, this morph looks similar to a standard pastel python, the difference comes on the belly which is yellow instead of white.
Lemon Blast Ball Python ($125):
This morph is achieved when a pastel python is bred with a pinstripe. It is characterized by the pastels yellow colour and the pinstripe’s thin pattern.
Axanthic Pastel Python ($300):
The term Axanthic is derived from Greek and means “without yellow.” It is the polar opposite of what a pastel python should be. As the name hints, this morph is formed when a pastel python is bred with an xanthic ball python. The result is a spectacular combination of silver and black. Furthermore, the pattern is a more prominent version of what is normally found on axanthic ball pythons.
Mandarin Pastel Python ($500):
To compliment the yellow pattern, this morph of pastel python has an orange blush with adds a touch of flair. Apart from that, it’s just your standard pastel python.
Pastel Super Cinnamon ($500):
Pastel super cinnamons are similar to super cinnamons except they’re a little lighter in shade. They have a mid-brown or mid-silver tone across their bodies.
Enchi Pastel Yellow Belly ($750):
If you’re wondering why this particular morph is so much more expensive than the others, the answer is that it’s a combination of 3 separate morphs. The result can be described as similar to mandarin pastel python but “cleaner”. Cleaner in the sense that the pattern is better defined and the colour is richer.
Lemon Pastel Pied Ball Python ($1200-$1300):
This is the most expensive morph on the list today and for good reason but morph looks like a dusky coloured pastel but with characteristics of a pied added in aswell. The latter shows itself in the form of large pure white sections on the snakes body.