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Discussion in 'Corn Snakes' started by Katsura, Nov 14, 2013.

  1. Katsura

    Katsura Elite Member

    Hello everyone, been a while hasn't it? I've just been really, really busy...

    Anyhow, I was hoping that some of you corn snake gurus out there could tell me what morph this guy is? He seems to orange to be a creamsicle like the one guy I posted about forever ago. But I have no clue.

    Oh and his belly starts out as white up by his head and then it gets progressively orangeish pink with a few yellow checkers the further down his belly you go.





  2. Poison

    Poison Elite Member

    Amel corn snake?
  3. jdandlucy

    jdandlucy Elite Member

    i see reverse okette corn.
  4. Wyldrose

    Wyldrose Elite Member

    He is an Amel motley. He has no belly checkers right?(I can't see any in the pictures) I have a female and produced a clutch of them this year.

    JD RO's have thick white bands around the saddles and very bright colors.

    EDIT: Can't read lol some motleys have random belly checks, it's basically just a fault. Good motleys have no checks, I produced a couple babies with a check here and there. My anery motley has about 6 checks near her vent. Yet her son (Dexter) has a pure white belly.
  5. Poison

    Poison Elite Member

    I'm sticking with Amel. I don't see a motley.

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    Look closer :)
  6. Wyldrose

    Wyldrose Elite Member

    I only see maybe one or two checks, not the typical checker board pattern like my amel(this girl is het bloodred so she has a lot of color "bleeding"):
    Looks more like my amel motley:
    Some do have the random checks here and there. He could very well be het bloodred or het motley, both can cause belly patterns to be different.
  7. Sarandacotah

    Sarandacotah Well-Known Member

    pretty baby :) whatever he is! Wyldrose knows her stuff so I would trust her :)
  8. Poison

    Poison Elite Member

    I'm not really sure how accurate the belly pattern is when it comes to this but I do see a lot more then one or two checks. They look translucent. If we are basing this off of your single corn then I already see the difference between yours and the op's. The op's corn has has patterns on her upper belly but yours does not. I'm 100% possitive that this is not a motley. It does not have the pattern (stripes going down its side). Now whether or not its het for something Idk.
  9. Katsura

    Katsura Elite Member

    I know the pictures of his belly weren't too great but it is sooo hard to take photos of this little bugger because he simply refuses to sit still for me and it's hard to snap a picture by myself haha.

    I can tell you though that his belly is a LOT closer to the motley than the uh.. not motley one. It isn't as clean as Wyldroses, but it definitely is not anywhere as patterned as the non motley one. I'm going to try and snap some better pics here right now so, give me a minute.
  10. Poison

    Poison Elite Member

    Can you also get asome side shots of the snake? :)
  11. Katsura

    Katsura Elite Member

    Yes I can, but it will have to be later today or tomorrow.. For some reason this little bugger thinks my bed is his personal bathroom. While I had him out for photos he decided to go potty on my bed for the second time since I've had him so I put him away for the time being.

    Anyway, here are some shots of his belly. The one where he's in a figure 8 kind of washed out the orangish red color further down his tail, but if you look at the picture of him in his box you can see the end of his tail and those are the true colors.




  12. Poison

    Poison Elite Member

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    Katsura Elite Member

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  15. Wyldrose

    Wyldrose Elite Member

    Now I see the checks more clear :) That first belly pic is hard to make out the checks. The sections with missing checks could mean he carries motley, some times just carrying the trait can cause the patternless sections.

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