My corn snake collection.

My corn snake collection.

Postby sega » Tue Dec 13, 2011 9:49 pm

Here is an update on my corn snake collection i have also booked a male hypo lavender a female striped corn and a female amel stripe from chantel.
First up are the adults

female snow
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male butter
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the youngsters

male amel motley het caramel poss het anery

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male butter mot\stripe
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male amel
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female amel
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enjoy!
1.0.0 red tailed boa
0.1.0 snow corn snake,1.0.0 male butter corn snake,1.1.0 candy cane corn snakes,1.0.0butter stripe\motley,amel motley
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Re: My corn snake collection.

Postby Aaxel » Tue Dec 13, 2011 10:13 pm

Really nice snakes sega!!
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Re: My corn snake collection.

Postby Westley Price » Wed Dec 14, 2011 8:31 am

Cool snakes man.

I'm not 100% up to date regarding Corn morphs, but would your amel motley not be classified as an amel hurricane motley?

From what I understand, the motleys with that darker rind around the mottles are called hurricane.

Probably just a sales gimmick, but I guess it could be line bred.
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Re: My corn snake collection.

Postby Snoopie07 » Wed Dec 14, 2011 5:51 pm

Thats really pretty snakes.

@Westly, you are correct by saying that. That amel is indeed a Hurricane Amel.
There's not a big difference between the two, the Hurricane will be a bit lighter.
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Re: My corn snake collection.

Postby sega » Thu Dec 15, 2011 12:59 pm

Thanks for the comments quite a few people have told me it looks like a hurricane motley but Chantel did not mention anything about huuricane when i bought it,
It also has very reduced head pattern.
1.0.0 red tailed boa
0.1.0 snow corn snake,1.0.0 male butter corn snake,1.1.0 candy cane corn snakes,1.0.0butter stripe\motley,amel motley
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Re: My corn snake collection.

Postby Chantel » Mon Dec 19, 2011 12:58 pm

They are all looking gorgeous!

Your amel motley can definately be referred to as a Hurricane pattern.

Here are some pics of his mom (Amel Hurricane Motley het Caramel):

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