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Recessive
Albino
(Amelanistic/Amel)
Complete absence of melanin (black, brown & gray) pigment with red pupils.
Axanthic
(Anerythristic/Anery)
Complete absence of erythrin (red & yellow) giving a black and white appearance
Caramel A genetic variable that lacks erythrin (red) but one retaining xanthin (yellow)  
Hypo
(Dutch)
...
Hypo
(Evans T+ Albino)
A genetic variable resulting in a reduced quantity of melanin
Smoke Hypo    
Lavendar A genetic condition in which a snake's phenotype results in an odd gray/purple hue
Sable ...
True Hypo ...
Pink Pastel A “Pink” form of Albino unrelated to a normal Albino
Toffeebelly  
Co-dominant
Anaconda A morph that has the appearance of a South American Anaconda
Green Hypo A light green hognose with pink hues. There is also a super form of this Co-dom called "watermelons" which is a result from breeding green hypos together. The watermelons are a very light version of the green hypo that carries on the pink hues with black flecking over the whole body.
Double Visual
Coral Double visual of both the Lavendar and Albino genes
Frost Double visual of both the Dutch Hypo and Caramel genes
Ghost
(T+ Snow)
Double Visual of both the Axanthic and Hypo (T+ Albino) Genes
Silver Ghost Double visual of both the Pink Pastel and Evans Hypo genes  
Purple Haze Double visual of both the Lavendar and Evans Hypo genes  
Smolder Double Visual of both the Smoke and Albino Genes  
Snow Double Visual of both the Axanthic and Albino Genes
Sunglow Double Visual of both the Albino and Hypo (T+ Albino) Genes  
Toffee Glow Double visual of both the Albino and Toffee Belly genes  
Toxic Double visual of both the Axanthic and Toffee Belly genes  
Ultramel Double visual of both the Albino and Caramel genes  
Superconda Double Visual (the super form) for the Anaconda Gene

 
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