Morelia Trophy Club

  Morelia Trophy Club Green Tree Python Hall of Fame


 





























































2016

Azula was an amazing appearing green tree


python with turquoise blue color ​ and jet


black eyes.  She had ties to Trooper Walsh


stock, although her origins  remain a mystery.

2014

Aru Green Tree Python (CH 2009) was a yellow neonate and is a proven breeder.   He has a wonderful array of blue rosettes mixed with white accent scales.   He is a large male and in the line-up for next breeding season with a variety of females in waiting. Shown below in sunlight and indoor cage conditions.

2016

2011

Manokwari male (CB 2013) was produced by Gary Schiavino from the original Prada Manokwari pair.    He has vibrant purple-blue diamonds highlighting the intensely bright green scales.  

Biru (SH-05-05195) was a Signal


Herpetoculture green tree python produced


from pairing Mr. Blue/Carolina x PNG. 


He sired an all red clutch with Qali (2011).

2012

2016

2015

Josie (CB 2006) is a female Sorong type green tree python.   She was a farm import,

red neonate and has ample blue highlights along her lime-green body.   She became darker in blue-green coloration after becoming gravid in the 2012 breeding season.  She is named after my mother-in-law.

Green Tree Pythons

Manokwari Green Tree Python (CB 2013) was bred by Harlin Wall, and originally sexed as female, however, recently probed to 8 -9 scales.   It has a gorgeous lime green hue and blue diamonds along dorsal surface.  This breeding season should determine what he or she really is.  Photos below illustrate how different a green tree python can look under sunlight vs. indoor cage conditions.

Belle (CB ?) is a stunningly beautiful Highland-Cyclops type female green tree python. She was an Indonesian farm import.   The blue-green spectrum of her scales literally burst into blue predominance under sunlight or full spectrum lighting.  

2012

Qali was an Aru x Biak green tree python


(Bushmaster stock).  "Qali" is an Eskimo


work for "snow on trees", as she had


wonderful blue-green coloration that was


amply highlighted by white scales.  She


produced a clutch of all red neos in 2011.