I agree with TailsNscales' evaluation. I breed lots of corns and have and breed many other species. The T+ ball pythons are a good example of his point. Such is also the case in the lavender colors of California, speckled and Florida kings.
Remembering that all our opinions about the taxonomy and colors of the snakes we see and breed these days are sometimes simply feeble human observations. Many are proven wrong in subsequent research, but we have to call them something in the meantime for identification. Is a green car green or is it blue and yellow? We call it green, but technically it is the combination of two other colors. Just my thoughts.