Antonio (CB 2002) was a 75% diamond-jungle
carpet python from Python Pete Stock. He sired
clutches with Gamma (2008) and Angelina (2009,
Angelina (CB 2004) was a 75% diamond-jungle
carpet python and produced clutches with
Antonio (2009, 2010)
Ada (CB 2005) was a 75% diamond-jungle
carpet python and the most yellow diamond-jungle
python I have seen. She came to MTC on breeding
loan from Luke Snell in 2010, and produced some
dynamite diamond jungle jaguars with Gamma5.
Manito (CB 2002) was a 75% diamond-jungle
carpet python from Python Pete stock. He was a
very photogenic snake and graces the globe on the
Morelia Trophy Club photo emblem seen on the
bottom of each MTC web page.
Asklepios (CB 2001) was a massive (over 8 feet) jungle
carpet python from unkown stock. He was a gentle giant,
and served as a show animal for many educational
presentations. He sired clutches with Zalara in 2007
Zalara (CB 2002) was a jungle carpet python from
Don Hamper stock. She produced clutches with
Asklepios in 2007 and 2008.
Aphrodite (CB 2004) was a jungle carpet python
from Doug Price Stock and had an intense "50-50"
pattern of bright yellow to dark black. She
produced clutches with Ocho in 2010 and
Gamma5 in 2011.
Ocho (CB 2007) was a pure MTC jungle carpet
python from pairing of Zalara and Asklepios. He
also served as a "hands on" educational exhibit for
many grade school children. He sired clutches with
Aphrodite (2010) and Gamma (2011).
Alba (CB 2009) is a 75% diamond jungle python from the MTC Angelina x Antonio pairing that has produced some outstanding diamond-jungle pythons. I believe diamond-jungle pythons are one of the most attractive carpet pythons to behold,
and it was a diamond-jungle python that first attracted me to working with Morelia. Alba was the dam for the "anaconda" jaguar pythons produced in 2014.
Futo-line jungle carpet python (CB 2012) is an excellent example of a trophy jungle with a jet black background, bright yellow pattern and prevalent tipping. These photos illustrate the difference in yellow hues produced by different indoor studio conditions versus outdoor lighting.
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