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RE: Morph Understanding for newbs?

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Posted by: Arachnobaron at Sun Jan 29 16:37:00 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Arachnobaron ]  
   

I totally forgot I posted this topic.
Since I've posted this thread, I lost partial interest in Jungle Corn Snakes. I have nothing against hybrids themselves. After all, the Domestic Cat is a hybrid between African Wildcats and European Wildcats. (I also believe there is some Asian Wildcat in there) There's also the new addition of Serval in there now due to the new breed "Savannah Cats".
I do, however, take to note "genetic pollution". If I ever do breed Jungle Corns, I will sell them under that name and would move for breeders to breed Jungle Corn with Jungle Corn and not make a genetic mess. Again, kind of like the domestic cat. The domestic cat is only bred with other domestic cats and not other cats.
Anyway, like I've said, I've really just lost interest in Jungle Corn Snakes period, as well as the California Kingsnakes, and I just want to stick with pure Corn Snakes. I have plans to possibly breed a Corn Snake that resembles the Yellow rat Snake. (In irony of the corn snake's other name, the Red Rat Snake) (I do believe breeding this look-alike would involve Caramel Corn and Stripe Pattern mixing)
I'm also intrigued in breeding corn snakes that have colors and markings that resemble other snakes in general.
I'm mainly interested in Butter Corn Snakes, and I plan on obtaining a Caramel Corn and an Albino Corn so I breed the two.

Also, does anyone know what an Albino Charcoal Corn Snake may look like? I imagine it only having red pigment.


   

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