Coastal carpet pythons (morelia spilota mcdowelli )

Description
these are the largest of the carpet pythons with records of 14 feet. these sizes are associated with the more southern locality's witch are not commonly found in us liniages. with most coastals in the US averaging 7 feet as adults.  all locality's of coastals have a medium build and prehensile tail to aid in climbing . this is the most under rated of the subspecies and  we believe there  misunderstood adult sizes and more earthy tones scare off some keepers but we have to say  they are our favorites of the carpet python complex. these
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Distribution and Habitat
the coastal carpet pythons range is made up of most of the east coast of Australia.
these amazing semi- arboreal pythons can be found even at there adult lengths climbing trees in the  areas that make up there range.                                                                                                                     
Morphs: there are a few morphs associated with this sub species including jaguar, caramel, axanthic, hypo and more .
projects:
these are fantastic snakes and we  are currently working with caramels, axanthics , mpenn line stripes  and rockhampton localitys from amazing bloodlines and have some cool selective breeding projects going on!!!  
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