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Posted by paul7 on May 02, 2003 at 17:51:14:

In Reply to: My opinion... posted by CulebraOnna on May 02, 2003 at 17:16:06:

:It's a very beautiful corn, of course. It has potential to be an Okeetee, but it's a bit early to tell. The colors are there, and the belly pattern is there, but I'm not sure if the black borders will come in thicker. Try posting on the corn forum, and they can tell you better than I can. So right now, I'd say it was an Okeetee, but it may not turn out to be one.

I agree concerning the thick black borders around the red saddles. I had an Okeetee and she had the thick black borders. You corn looks old enough to have those borders now, but lacks them. I'm not so sure you have a true Okeetee. Never-the-less, you have a fine corn snake and all the press of whether or not to call it an "Okeetee" don't mean all that much when it's this beautiful. Just my opinion.
Paul





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