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More corn color and pattern morph questions!!


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Posted by audri on April 26, 2003 at 20:37:19:

In Reply to: More corn color and pattern morph questions!! posted by poisonfrog420 on April 26, 2003 at 20:24:10:

bloodred is it's own mutation, and it acts mostly as a simple recessive gene, but not entirely.

Don S. at south mountain reptiles has amel and anery stripes for sale, I have seen ghost stripes offered in the classifieds. Rich Z. at serpenco is working on butter stripes, he had some for sale for a whopping $1000 each.

I saw a pic of a corn before that was very dark and was mostly black or very dark with red blotches. I believe it was a kitsatchi (sp?) corn, and would be a natural variation and not a seperate morph. I don't know of anyone working with a line of snakes that look like that.


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