Technically Dwarf Burmese pythons are not a morph per say but rather a subspecies (Python bivittatus progschai) of the Burmese python. The are found on various Indonesian islands and first imported into the United States in 2003. Small mainland Burmese pythons are mistakenly referred to as dwarf Burms when in reality they are not. True dwarf pythons differ from mainlands in both size and appearance. Dwarf Burmese pythons tend to be lighter in color with a busier pattern much like what is found in het Granite animals. The eyes are also set up higher on the head then traditional Burmese pythons. Males range in size from 4 to 5 foot with females reaching up to 6 foot.