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    Woma

    The Woma was first proven genetic by NERD in 1999. Its name comes from the unique banded, reduced pattern that hinted at the appearance of the Australian Woma Python. A striking creamy white snake was produced as a super, but unfortunately something about the genetics of this animal caused all the Pearls (as they were called) to fail to thrive. None survived into adulthood. As Kevin McCurley continued to work with the Woma, he discovered it often had a striking impact when combined with other morphs, but not always. Kevin wondered if there was a hidden gene at play. Eventually, he came to realize he was working with two different morphs that looked very similar. The more dramatic of the two became known as the "Hidden Gene Woma" (which produced the Pearl) and this is the more ordinary Woma, a dominant pattern mutation that does not have a super form.


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