WELCOME TO DYNASTY REPTILES
Here at Dynasty Reptiles we specialize in Ball Python morphs. In addition to the Ball Pythons, we produce a variety of reptiles such as Burmese, Woma Pythons, Blue Tegus and Colombian Boas. Our main goal at Dynasty Reptiles is to provide customers with quality reptiles and excellent customer service.
Check back often as we add new animals to the currently available and gallery page periodically. If you have any questions on any of the animals you see, please feel free to contact us. Have a good day and we hope you enjoy our website.
Ball Python FAQ
-We suggest offering food once a week for proper growth and health.
-In our experience there is no difference. Ball Pythons are naturally a docile snake. Most people prefer frozen thawed due to the convenience or lack of access to live prey.
-That is up to you. We’ve heard before that feeding in a separate cage would have the snake differentiate your hand to prey in order to reduce the chances of getting bit when reaching into a cage, but we don’t agree with that. The best sense a snake has is its smell. If it doesn’t smell any food around, it will not mistakenly think you hand is food. The pro in feeding in a separate cage is that if the snake doesn’t feed, the rodent wouldn’t make a mess in the actual cage but the con is sometimes a snake would refuse to feed since it was moved.
-You should wait about 2-3 days to let the snake properly digest its food before handling.
-Simplest way we can explain this is that a co-dominant trait can be passed down to 50% of its offsprings and has super form (100% of offsprings from super shows the co-dominant trait) while a dominant trait is a genetic trait that can be only passed down to 50% of its offsprings with no super form.
-No. Albino is a simple recessive trait. To produce a visual simple recessive morph both parents need to carry the trait. Either parents must be a visual albino or both must carry the albino gene (Het albino). Other morphs that are simple recessive are pied, genetic stripe, axanthic, clown….
-We start pairing our Ball Pythons in December until May.
-We incubate our Ball Python eggs at 87-89f. Perlite is the incubation medium that we use.