Designer Morphs – Ball pythons (3rd edition) Following
on from the success of the previous Designer Morphs
books. This new edition of the worlds best selling
morph guide will be the most complete and accurate
guide to genetics, morphs and mutations of Ball Pythons
(Python regius). Totally rewritten, this is an invaluable
resource for all Ball python keepers and breeders.
Coming late 2013.
The complete guide to medium sized python and boa morphs
(1st edition), 2006
sold out/out of print
Ball Pythons & Boa constrictors
A guide to mutations and variations
(2nd edition), 2010
sold out/out of print
Western Hognose Snakes
a complete guide to care, breeding, morphs and mutations, 2012
to let you know that I received my copy of Designer Morphs:
Western Hognose Snakes yesterday.
All I can say is WOW!
The production quality is high, the photos are excellent and, perhaps
most importantly, the depth of information is outstanding!
This is the Hognose book I've been dreaming of! I'm certainly
glad Mr. Berry took the time to sign my book as it completes
the whole package rather nicely. Kudos on a job well done! "
" Got a
copy of John Berrys Designer Morphs - Ball python book for
Christmas, its better than my X-box !!"
" What can I say about Designer Morphs, its the best book ever written
for snake keepers ! Its like a cook book for making morphs."
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Submit photos or information:
If you would like to submit
photos to be considered for inclusion in a future edition of Designer
Morphs please adhere to the following:
Do not submit photos of reptiles that
you either do not own or don’t have permission to submit. (All
photos are credited to both the snake owner and the photographer who
the copyright to their photos)
Photos should be on a clear background
with no watermarks or logos
Photos can be emailed at jpegs. They
should be at least 1.0 mb or larger
Do not try and over photoshop or correct
images or crop them too much. (we need a border around the snake and
will crop it to the size we need).
Please title the image with the name
of the morph, it makes it easier to sort through images later
If this is a new mutation, please include
a brief description and any relevant information.