caramel albino

We acquired the original Caramel Albino as a wild-caught male back in 2005 and coined this morph the Caramel Albino because of its rich caramel-colored bands. We proved the trait to be recessive and hatched the very first Caramel Albino in captivity back in 2007. This morph is an entirely new strain of amelanism. Although it has a similar appearance to the normal amelanistic when they first hatch, it becomes evident that it is an entirely different morph as the banding turns a rich caramel color as it matures. This mutation is proving to be an essential component for producing extreme combination designer morphs. We feel very fortunate to have discovered this morph and have it within our collection.

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