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    Re: My Corn collection (pic heavy)

    So just to test out some of my corns, I picked up 2 live rat pinks and 2 pups. They were fed to four of my larger males that are aggressive eaters that know how to eat live prey. It was funny, you could almost see the confusion on their faces as they checked out the rats. All four corns didn't strike or coil like normal. They just put their mouth around the head and started swallowing them live.
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    Well it looks like I'm adding another corn noodle to my collection. I only had a pewter stripe on my want list so I wasn't really in the market for anything else but this one was unique enough to want. Her pupil is red and the iris is blue. I can't wait to pick her up next weekend. These photos are from the seller.


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    ^ that's awesome! are those eye colors genetic? and it's not like b/c of the lighting the pupils seem red like in some BEL eyes?
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    Re: My Corn collection (pic heavy)

    It's genetic. The morph is ultramel anery. Normally amel (lacking blacks) and anery (lacking reds) would be a snow which has red eyes. Ultra and amel share the same allele. So its kinda like getting half of the amel gene and it lets some of the darker colors show through.

    I might pair her with my anery het amel and have about a 25% chance of reproducing it.
    Last edited by 67temp; 03-30-2018 at 03:01 PM.
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    When you get her, check the belly. The dorsal markings make her look like she's possibly motley and that head shot shows only white on the underside, but it's blurry.
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    That's funny because right before I committed to purchase her I inquired if she was motely too. The seller wasn't totally sure because he got her in a wholesale lot.
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    I picked up my new little girl at a local show this past weekend. She has a solid white belly with no checkering so looks like she is a motely.

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    I was only planning on picking up the 1 snake this weekend but plans change and I ended up getting a total of 3. I let my wife talk me into getting an orange Halloween ATB.

    During the show another vendor I'm friends with waved me over to her booth. I help this vendor take care of the reptiles she breeds, her personal collection of snakes, and setup for shows. I was expecting her to ask me to watch her table while she ran to the bathroom or got something to eat. Nope instead I get "Hey, I want to buy this retic but I don't have any extra room. Do you want one of my corns?". So this is my new guy, he already had the name Demitri. He is an amel het charcoal ph anery and originally came from Sarah's snake shop. He's going to take a little while to get him use to being handled.

    Looks like I'm going to have a bunch in quartine now.

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    0.2 Leo
    x.x.many fancy mice, asf, chickens and quail

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    Great, now you make me want a corn!

    Beautiful snakes, each and every one.

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