Old World Ratsnakes - A collection of papers Klaus-Dieter Schulz (ed.)
Pictures and graphics: over 900 colour photographs, maps, b/w drawingsCover: hardcover
Photos of these online are hard to come by, in fact may be non-existent, so I thought I would share. A friend of mine hatched five of these this year from two heterozygous adults, bringing the total known individuals of this morph to eight. Interested to hear your thoughts on this mutation!
To me, this might be the most beautiful ratsnake morph.
These photos were taken late July 2010 in the Sonoran Desert, the natural biome habitat of this species. Look at how the Axanthic's body shimmers in the dappled sunlight! Snakes bred and owned by David Lee (melsreptiles.com) - From a thread by Dusty Rhoads
Photo by Dusty Rhoads