Crested Geckos, Ball Pythons, Carpet Pythons
Anthony Caponetto Reptiles
Diamond Jungle Jaguar
Here are some of my Diamond x Jungle Jaguars produced in 2010. These snakes are from a Python Pete line 75% Diamond (25% Jungle) and a very golden Striped Jaguar that I produced in 2006. The non-Jaguars pictured in this gallery are my Python Pete line 75% Diamonds, so that you can see the quality of color I'm coupling with the Jaguar gene.
Female DxJ Jaguar and sibling. The lineage of these snakes is 37.5% Diamond, 12.5% Jungle and 50% Coastal. The quality or attractiveness of a carpet python depends on the bloodline, and not the percentage.
Female holdback after her first shed. If I know anything about the Python Pete bloodline, this snake is going to be phenomenal when the Diamond/Jungle color starts kicking in. 2010
Here she is (female from previous picture). She's about six months now and her last shed was the one that really unveiled her potential. This snake is one of the most breathtaking Jaguars I've ever seen in person. The white color has a shiny, almost metallic or pearlescent look to it, and the black saddles are classic Diamond black with yellow tipping. Even if you don't like the idea of designer carpets, you still have to appreciate the picture perfect mix of the Jaguar color and pattern characteristics and Diamond color scheme exhibited by this Jaguar.
Pile of babies 2010.
These snakes are 37.5% Diamond, 12.5% Jungle and 50% Coastal
This is a juvenile second generation Python Pete line 75% Diamond, 25% Jungle cross. While still small, the weird "glow-in-the-dark green plastic" color is there and it's just a matter of growing a couple feet before he's a real jaw dropper. The light markings will eventually take on a bright, clean white appearance as the snake matures.
This is another young Python Pete line 75% Diamond just starting to show its true color potential.
This is a young adult Python Pete line 75% Diamond. These snakes are simply incredible in person.