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    Help with morph ID

    Hello everyone!

    Recently I "rescued" (for a lack of a better term) a snake, basically a couple weeks ago a family friend asked us if we could help someone she knew and would keep their snake since, for some personal issue, they couldn't care for her any longer. Since I had some space free (and separate from my other snakes) I helped them out.
    Did some thorough check on him (also found out it was a him and not a her) and he seems ok, no external parasites, no stuck shed/eyecaps, no burns, no bruises, no cuts, no scars... to be honest he seems to be way more healthy that what I thought, however I'm waiting on the test results for internal parasites so he's still in quarantine and will stay that way for a couple months until I'm sure he is completely healthy.

    Now I'll be honest, when it comes to corn snake morphs I'm way out of my comfort zone, if he was a ball python I think I would probably be able to identify it since they are the snakes I work with the most, but I have close to no knowledge when it comes to corn morphs. I tried browsing online to find out what he can be but wasn't able to reach any conclusion... I think he might be a Butter Motley but I feel that probably isn't right...

    So I would like to ask for your help, you fine folks that keep corns and know way more about them than me, to help me identify what this boy might possibly be

    Here are some photos of him:








    Some photos of the head since it might also help:






    Thanks in advance to anyone that can help!

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    Re: Help with morph ID


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    Re: Help with morph ID

    Quote Originally Posted by dakski View Post
    At first I thought they didn't quite looked like him, but after researching a bit more that morph and seeing some yearling and adult pictures I think you might be absolutely right! (In particular the photos from the 3 year old male in this page's gallery: http://iansvivarium.com/morphs/?m=salmon_snow )

    Thank you very much for your help dakski!


    Does anyone have any other guesses/agree with dakski's guess?

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    Re: Help with morph ID

    Could be absolutely anything

    The Corn snake gene pool is so complex these days ...


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