The Standard Striped Corn snake

Published: 20th July 2009
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The background colouration and colour of the stripes differs from specimen to specimen. Usually, the snakes with this colour and pattern alteration, bestow with a yellowish orange background colour with dark orange to brown stripes.



Motley Corn snake

The motley change is very striking, with the dorsal saddles being tied,and here are thumbs down feature markings, and thumbs down black checks on the snake's tummy. Each party snake has a uncommon background colouration, as with the standard pattern.



The boundary to which the saddles are tied along the part of the snake furthermore varies from snake to snake.



Corn snakes with the "motley phase" patterning are furthermore being bred in the uncommon colour morphs like ghost,anerythristic and amelanistic (albino).



Motley Ghost Corn snake

This change is distinctive since the snake is partly albino and partly habitual. Once again, here is a diverse alteration in colour. Ghost corns be inflicted with a silver-grey background colour with brownish-orange saddles, and be inflicted with black eyes. The ghost corn is the manufactured goods of a hypomelanistic corn mating with an anerythristic corn.



Blizzard Ghost Corn snake

These were bred from the J-line of ghost corn snakes, motley ghost x ghost, and single two eggs hatched, both at the start looking like snow corns, but as they grew, they urban a pinky-red colouration in the saddles. This picture doesn't trade show the exact colouration, but it is an appealing looking snake - I haven't even seen these overseas, so preeminent tome if you aspire!



Stone Washed Corn snake

This extraordinary alteration was bred from a snow corn male and hypomelanistic female. The litter comprised of snow corns, silver corns, sunglow albino corns, sweetie cane corns, habitual corns and at that time two were this extraordinary change.



I had seen them on other sites, and as I proverb them,I reserved them back. These snakes trade show a light grey background colour and darker grey saddles and blotches with dark eyes. They are stunning as adults!!! The Snakes Alive !!! "stonewashed corn" is furthermore called "silver ghost corn" by a hardly any other knowledgable and sound breeders.



Hypomelanistic Corn

Hypomelanistic corn snakes be inflicted with a reduced/absent black pigment in its colouration and so the snake presents with a pale background colour with darker brick red to brown saddles. These snakes get on to stunning specimens to look by in a collection.



Sunglow Corn snake

This colour morph is stunning to look by! This snake presents with a sharp orange background colouration with red saddles along the back and blotches along the feature of the snake. There is thumbs down white linking the orange and red. This snake has a white tummy and pink/red eyes.



Juveniles of this colour morph are a little uncommon to your mean amelanistic hatchling - the juveniles of this colour morph be inflicted with sharp orange to red saddles and the background colouration is pale with speckling of sharp orange linking the saddles.



Anerythristic / Silver Corn snake

The anerythristic blood line orignates from a wild trapped specimen with the intention of was bred and thwart bred with habitual corn snakes. Anerythristic corns are on bad terms into two types, namely Type A and Type B. Type A is the generally ordinary and is commonly referred to as a Silver Corn. Type B is commonly referred to as a Charcoal Corn. Type A anerythristic corns bestow with a light grey background colour with black saddles and blotches. Type A furthermore develops a yellow colouration around the narrow part region. Type B presents with a light grey background colour with brown saddles and the yellow is absent around the narrow part region.



Anerythristic Motley Corn snake

Quite the stunner! This colour and pattern alteration energy well collectively. Something uncommon pro your collection.



Anerythristic/Silver Corn & "pink blotched" blizzard Corn Snakes

The snow colour morph is the albino version of the anerythristic colour morph. The snow morph presents with three colour phases, namely, pink blotched, yellow blotched and conservational blotched



Normal & "yellow blotched" blizzard Corn Snakes

The juveniles trade show the same colouration and patterning as the adults apart from pro the conservational, pink or yellow blotches which develop as the snake matures.



Amelanistic & blizzard Corn Snakes

Amelanistic corn snakes in all-purpose bestow with a pale white to sharp orange background colour with sharp orange to red saddles with unreliable amounts of white in linking. There are many uncommon colour phases surrounded by the amelanistic alteration, like reverse okeetee, sun-glow, fluorescent orange...



Striped blizzard Corn snake

No, this is not a blizzard, it is a stripy snow - the stripe can single be seen in juveniles. This is a stunning snake, solid white with a yellow tummy and pink eyes.



Fluorescent Orange Corn snake

This colour morph presents with a sharp orange background colour with sharp red saddles with a white perimeter around the saddles. These specimens are very striking to the eye and a pleasure to look by.



Reverse Okeetee Corn snake

This colour morph is very striking, presenting with a pale rose-tinted white bakground colour with sharp red saddles with a thick white perimeter around the saddles and blotches.



Some specimens are more striking than others. The white perimeter around the red saddle, seems to be thicker headed for the tail in generally specimens. The constrast linking sharp orange, white and red is very striking to the eye.


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