I was doing some more research, turns out my "normal female spotted" python is actually a baby children's python! I thought she looked funny compared to my new male spotted, who I believe may be a cape york due to his bright color Emotion: smile We'll see when he gets older.
Ah well, I got them both pretty cheap, and my female granite spotted. Now I just wish that the two females were as calm as the male. Both females like to bite and poo all over me when I try to hold them. Emotion: sad

-cat
I was doing some more research, turns out my "normal female spotted" python is actually a baby children's python! I ... who I believe may be a cape york due to his bright color Emotion: smile We'll see when he gets older.

I've read there can be some color change from neonate to adult size? Does she seem much more pale then your spotted?
Ah well, I got them both pretty cheap, and my female granite spotted. Now I just wish that the two females were as calm as the male. Both females like to bite and poo all over me when I try to hold them. Emotion: sad

Thank you, that helps with my envy some. Emotion: smile
My female children's did lay 6 eggs, though they were obviously slugs. Maybe next year!
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My original spotted is much more paler than the new male spotted, and they are about the same age-only a one-month difference. The granite's coloration is more similar to my new male than my original. Even the head coloration on the 1st female is lighter than the male. She has light brown, large, splotches, while the male is black and his blotches are slightly smaller.

My two female spotteds (or should I say one Children's?) are psycho. I'm probably going to wait til they are a bit older for handling, don't want to stress them out too much as they are not that old yet. The male seems fine for handling-he's relatively calm as long as I don't try and hold him still.

-cat