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Left one could also be normal Amel Motley. n/p


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Posted by Marcel Poots on April 22, 2003 at 00:45:28:

In Reply to: Re: Can someone help me figure out what type of snake this is? posted by Serpwidgets on April 21, 2003 at 21:04:09:

:I know the one on the right is a bubblegum but i am not quite sure about the one on the left i think it might be a sunglow any help? Thnx

:Sunglow is a bright orange & red amel, with no white on the dorsal pattern. Belly pattern or colors don't matter at all. From this angle it looks like yours is a sunglow.

:Not sure about "bubblegum" since that has been applied to a lot of different things. Some call snows with pink saddles "bubblegum." Others apply it to a specific line, bred by a specific person, Lemke IIRC. And some apply it to certain hybrids.

:It looks like a standard snow corn to me, but now I don't know if you mean it's a hybrid or intergrade, or what. Calling it "bubblegum" will cause more confusion than anything else. ;-)





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