Friday, July 10, 2009

Corn Snake Genetics

This corn snake belongs to a friend of the family:
As you can see, this corn snake is quite a bit different than any of mine. It has a broken up stripe that connects the pattern in the middle and towards the tail:
The variations in corn snake genetics are incredible. This snake is also high white and is very tame, like a typical corn.
To see an awesome variety and latest corn snake morphs, check out http://www.moreptiles.com/
Ruby is an entirely different flavor:

4 comments:

Travis said...

Rob, I hadn't looked at your blog in awhile. It looks great. I love your explanations. Stephen caught a garter snake yesterday. We put it in a 10 gallon aquarium. Stephen fed it today and it ate a small toad and a grasshopper.

Keep up the good work.

Gallicissa said...

Looks as if they had been painted by a kid. Beautiful specimens.

Brandon said...

Both are nice looking, but the first one is gorgeous. Very interesting pattern -- truly unique.

Moreninha76 said...

Really nice photos and info about corn snakes