I discovered nidovirus in my collection in December 2017. I promptly separated my collection into two rooms....one with nidovirus positive pythons and one with nidovirus negative pythons (see MTC Information page for more information on nidovirus). Since then some nidovirus positive pythons have perished. Some, however, continue to thrive and have little or no apparent health problems over these past 9 months since first identified as nidovirus positive. I have decided to downsize my collection and am now offering these pythons for adoption. I am not recommending this for anyone with other pythons in their household as this might endanger your other pythons for contracting nidovirus. This virus does not apparently transmit to other animal species. Because there are no good data for what will happen long term with nidovirus pythons that appear to thrive, I am offering no health guarantee with these pythons. You pay shipping and a nominal $10 convenience fee for boxing materials and my trip to the airport to have them shipped to you.
2017 Gamma-line diamond jungle python
This female has a great pattern with bold colors. She is a finicky eater of frozen-thawed rat pinkies, sometimes holding onto the prey and dropping it without eating.
This 25% GTP-jagpondro was a slow starter but now making up for lost time. Dam was Mollena (50% carpondro) and Sire Gamma5 (DJJ). He is eating frozen-thawed rat pinkies.
This 25% GTP-jagpondro has a killer pattern. Dam was Mollena (50% carpondro) and Sire Gamma5 (DJJ). He is eating frozen-thawed rat pinkies.
This female diamond jungle python (jaguar sibling) is about 6 feet long, heavy bodied and was proven in 2015. She is gentle and easy to handle.