When I first saw a caramel albino my jaw dropped. Its rich orange and lavender hues are striking and they are one of the rare morphs that maintain their rich color through adulthood.
First proven out by Kevin McCurley of New England Reptile Distributors (NERD) in 1999, the Caramel Albino has gone on to be one of the most sought after morphs available today.
There have been several wild caught Caramels brought into the USA and some have proven to be compatible with others, I started with a het Caramel in 2001 and bred him to produce a group of possible hets. He was acquired from Florida breeders Janie Malsin of Upscale Reptiles and Douglas Beard of Flora and fauna. In my opinion their caramel is the brightest orange and lavender with NERD's and Mark and Kim Bell's coming a very close third.
Whenever I have customers or friends come over and they see him, they are literally blown away by his appearance and richness of color.
In 2004 we acquired an actual Caramel Albino male from Brian Sharpe. he primarily works with the Mark & Kim Bell line of Caramels. Words can't describe the color and vibrancy of this magnificent specimen. He is truly a joy to behold!
Whenever I have customers come over and they see him, they are literally blown away by his appearance and richness of color. He definitely packs a punch!
The combination morphs that can be achieved by breeding the Caramel into other mutations are limited. Many are in the works with the Caramel Glow, a cross between a Caramel and Ghost, being created in 2003.
The future is bright. Almost as bright as the snake itself!
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