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Thread: ID Morphs?

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    ID Morphs?

    I'm pretty sure this guy is just amel?


    And this stripe. Amber? Butter? Idk. The stripe fades toward the tail


    Just wanna be sure, tia!

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    What were they sold to you as?

    I would say #1 is correct with being an amel. #2 you would need to look at the eyes to tell if it is an amber or butter. Amber will have yellowish eyes and butter is going to have red eyes. They look about the same age so if the two snakes are related #2 might also be a gold dust.
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    They just said "red and tan" haha.
    I keep balls, so corn morphs are pretty new to me.
    Unsure if they're related, but they're the same size and within 1g of each other so it's possible?
    #2's eyes are dark with a gold ring

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    I would say #2 is an Amber then.

    Butter would have red pupils and irises.
    Gold dust would have dark Ruby pupils and yellow irises.
    Amber would have black pupils with golden irises.
    It's not a honey or lemon because the head stamp is wrong. I doubt it's an ultra carmel as not many people work with pure ultras. Chance it may be just a caramel because stripe sometimes also reduces the black, but I don't that too.
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    13.16 Corn snakes, 1.1 cali kings
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    1.0 orange Halloween ATB, 1.0 bci
    0.2 Leo
    1.2 dogs
    0.2 cat
    x.x.many fancy mice, asf, chickens and quail

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