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Posted by elaphe4herps on April 21, 2003 at 21:33:33:

In Reply to: Can someone help me figure out what type of snake this is? posted by IgSnakeOwner on April 21, 2003 at 20:27:30:

i think, just for simplicity's sake, we should call your bubblegum a 'snow' and the one on the left is definetly an amel.

You posted this thread earlier and I answered the same thing: i quote

"I have a blizzard or bubblegum corn snake and an orange one with red eyes. I was wondering first of all if someone would know what kind of snake the orang eone is and if they would be able to bree because i heard that albino snakes cannot breed"

well, the albino can breed and you DO have an albino (synonymous with amelanistic). A sunglow corn, which is what I suggested it COULD be, is basically an albino without white. I can't see the pic all too well, but it seems that your amel is devoid of white. Sunglow & Amel = basically the same thing. Hope that answers your Q's.

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