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    Thanks!

    if anyone wants, feel free to request pics of any particular snake or part of snakes like eyes, belly checkering, head stamp...etc. that I have in my collection.
    1.1 SD reticulated pythons,1.3 Carpet pythons
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    What a great collection! They are all very pretty and look very healthy and curious. I love the photos you have taken in natural environments, too. The tin can ones are my favorite.
    Our familiy: Noodle the albino ratsnake; Spot the Banana BP, Lucy the massive pinstripe BP, Harold the panther chameleon, Poppy the hedgehog, Bob and Ross the beta fish, Maya the dog, Max and Momo the cats, Tauntaun the Light Brahma Chicken (lives at the high school barn), two teenagers, and a very nice partner, all well-loved and cared for.

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    Re: My Corn collection (pic heavy)

    Since Hannibal seems to be the standard favorite he got chosen to be my test subject while trying a cheap amazon light tent.

    Blue background:





    White background:



    1.1 SD reticulated pythons,1.3 Carpet pythons
    10.14 Corn snakes, 1.1 cali kings
    5.1 Balls
    1.0 orange Halloween ATB, 1.0 bci
    0.2 Leo
    1.1 dogs
    x.x.many fancy mice

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    Black background on glass:







    1.1 SD reticulated pythons,1.3 Carpet pythons
    10.14 Corn snakes, 1.1 cali kings
    5.1 Balls
    1.0 orange Halloween ATB, 1.0 bci
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    Re: My Corn collection (pic heavy)

    I vote the black background. He’s such a stunner!
    Other Snakes:
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    - 1992 0.1 Bci; Hudson 1988 1.0 Colombian rainbow; Yang 2002 1.0 Corn snake; Merlin 2000 1.0 Solomon Island ground boa; Kett 2015 1.0 Diamond Jungle Jaguar carpet python; Dakota 2014 0.0.1 Children’s python

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    Eli 1990 1.0 Normal; Buttercup 2015 1.0 Albino; Artemis 2015 0.1 Dragonfly; Orion 2015 1.0 Banana Pinstripe; Button 2018 1.0 Blue Eyed Lucy; Piper 2018 0.1 Piebald; Belle 2018 0.1 Lemonblast; Sabrina 2017 0.1 Mojave; Selene 2017 0.1 Banana Mojave; Loki 2018 1.0 Pastel Mystic Potion; Cuervo 2018 1.0 Banana Piebald; Claude 2017 1.0 Albino Pastel Spider; Penelope 2016 0.1 Lesser

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    Re: My Corn collection (pic heavy)

    Great pics


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    What is Hannibal? He is uniquely gorgeous on ANY background... I've never seen one like him either. Wow!


    What did he look like as a hatchling? And did he turn out as expected & like his parents? (for anyone who doesn't know, corn snake colors evolve as they grow)

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    Re: My Corn collection (pic heavy)

    Quote Originally Posted by Bogertophis View Post
    What is Hannibal? He is uniquely gorgeous on ANY background... I've never seen one like him either. Wow!


    What did he look like as a hatchling? And did he turn out as expected & like his parents? (for anyone who doesn't know, corn snake colors evolve as they grow)
    Thanks Bogertophis, this might be a long post.

    The genes in this line are as follows:

    Amel – is a recessive gene that eliminates black pigment, amels are also called albinos.
    Bloodred – is a recessive gene that breaks up the edge of the normal saddle and blends them into the background , eliminates the ventral checkering, and modifies the headstamp.
    Caramel – is a recessive gene that gives a yellow brown or straw like color.
    Cinder – is a recessive gene that gives the animal an ashy grey look. The morph also breaks up the pattern some and when combined with sunkissed you get shatter corns.
    Miami – is a wild type or polygenetic trait that is usually red or orange saddles on a grey background.
    Sunkissed – is a recessive gene that modifies the head stamp and shape of the pattern. It also brightens colors such as yellows and reds. When mixed with caramel you get honey. As honey ages it just gets brighter.

    Sire (FC) – Miami, caramel het sunkissed, amel, cinder, blood red.



    Dame (145) – Honey, Bloodred, het amel



    I’m hannibals second owner. The previous owner only had him for about a month before deciding to go a different route with his breeding plans. Hannibal is a Honey, Bloodred, Miami, PH amel cinder.

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    First owner pic:



    For comparison I also have a female clutch mate named Clarice. She is honey het bloodred PH amel, cinder. She didn’t get the Miami look passed down, is only het for bloodred and has the single head stamp modifier.

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    Recentish pic: she is ever more yellow in the background now.




    I also have Beatrix who is a half sister to Hannibal since they share the same sire (FC). She looks a lot like the parents.

    Dame (200): Miami caramel het sunkissed, amel, cinder, and bloodred.



    She is a caramel Miami ph sunkissed, amel, cinder and bloordred.

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    Recent pic:

    1.1 SD reticulated pythons,1.3 Carpet pythons
    10.14 Corn snakes, 1.1 cali kings
    5.1 Balls
    1.0 orange Halloween ATB, 1.0 bci
    0.2 Leo
    1.1 dogs
    x.x.many fancy mice

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    brown chicken brown cow

    She has been out of brumation for close to a month now and has been in blue for the past 5 days and just went clear. We have a front coming through with the chance of snow so I figured it was worth a shot putting them together. The male has been pacing his tank a lot recently. This is my first attempt at breeding. The male is het charcoal and anery so I'm hoping the female proves to have some hets. I'll know if she has het's if some of the babies show up as blizzards or snows.



    1.1 SD reticulated pythons,1.3 Carpet pythons
    10.14 Corn snakes, 1.1 cali kings
    5.1 Balls
    1.0 orange Halloween ATB, 1.0 bci
    0.2 Leo
    1.1 dogs
    x.x.many fancy mice

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    Re: My Corn collection (pic heavy)

    It's always the ones you look forward to breeding the most that gives you the hardest time. These two just wanted to cuddle.

    1.1 SD reticulated pythons,1.3 Carpet pythons
    10.14 Corn snakes, 1.1 cali kings
    5.1 Balls
    1.0 orange Halloween ATB, 1.0 bci
    0.2 Leo
    1.1 dogs
    x.x.many fancy mice

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