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Yellow Belly page updated
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Yellow Belly

Yellow bellies were first proven genetic in 1997 by Amir Soleymani and proven co-dominant in 2003 by the Snakekeeper when they produced the first ivory, an ivory colored ballpython with a yellow dorsal stripe.

The yellow belly looks somewhat normal but they have a certain look to them. Generally they have more yellow pigment all over the body, nice blushing along the sides and a clean off-white to yellow belly (hence the name) with some speckling on the borders.

They yellow belly also has some amazing combo potential. Some crosses are the ebony and the superstripe and rumors say there's also yellow belly in the inferno.