Alabaster Morphs

The Alabaster Blue-tongue morph isused to describe double recessive offspring of anery and hypo animals. In other genera of reptiles this combination is always known as a ‘Ghost’, however the originator of the blue-tongue version of the morph, Karen Russell, chose ‘Alabaster’ as it’s morph name. The anery gene takes out any remaining colour leaving a glistening pure white animal with dark or black eyes.