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RE: Boy, am I excited!!

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Posted by: DMong at Thu May 24 16:34:50 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by DMong ]  
   

Yes, it certainly does look to be a snow (anery type A x amelanism) as Jeff mentioned. Now that many different triple and quadruple corn morphs have become far more common in the hobby, there is a possibility of there even being other morph gentics involved too, there's just no knowing this or not without knowing the genetic background of the two parents that produced it.

Just going by it's visual phenotype though which is all anyone can do, there is no doubt it's at least a "snow" for sure. If you bred it with some other morphs you could possibly get some surprises as well.

Even snows can be extremely variable in their saddle blotching intensity, as well as their variables of pink, green and/or yellow highlights.

Anyway, it is a nice looking snake that seems to be nice and healthy, so have fun with it!



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