Snowwhite Snow

Snowwhite rosy boa

SNOWWHITE LINE SNOW (Designer)

 

Chad Dorton produced the first solid white rosy boa in 2005.  Using the Morongo Anerythristic gene combined with the Whitewater albino gene Chad hit the one in sixteen genetic chance jackpot by breeding Double hets together. The genetic pathways of the Morongo Valley Anerythristic made a significant difference in the resulting lack of color expression in Dorton's Snow compared to Carlsons.  Dorton coined the name "Snowwhite" as an appropriate description of this morph. He also believed, that due to the complete lack of red and yellow pigment in the resulting snow, the Morongo Anerythristic gene was actually an Axanthic one.

The Snowwhite is born as a solid white rosy boa with virtually no visible striping pattern. As it matures, extremely faint remnants of pattern may become visible.

Its eyes are jet black with a red pupil giving this rosy a dramatically leucistic appearance. 

Snowwhite rosy boa

photo by CRYSTEL LAND

Snowwhite rosy boa
Snowwhite rosy boa
Snowwhite rosy boa