You’ve, ah, you’ve got a little something on your nose there kiddo.
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Two classic corn snakes: A comparison.
MFC20 on the left, HO20 on the right.
I’m thinking that the babies from HO20 might carry the Red Factor gene but it’s very hard to say for certain. Some of the babies are quite red, some not so much. Hatshepsut is a Sunglow Amel, which are selectively bred for high red pigmentation but there could certainly be more at play.
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Here’s an interesting comparison of two Classics from different clutches. The baby on the left is from HO20, and shows a lot of bright orange/red coloration as a likely result of Hatshepsut’s selectively bred orangeness. The baby on the right is from MFC20, and has much higher contrast and less red/orange.
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It’s been a wild week, but I have a bit of a break between the last wave and our next wave of babies so I’ve taken reference photos of everybody and labeled them to help me keep track of where we’re at with meals.
First up is MFC20, Meadow Fresh and Carl’s clutch!
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Yes hello this is babies 💜
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??? That new baby looks half tessera, half normal! Woah!
They're pretty wild! I'm certain that this is an Aztec/Zigzag, which is a demi-random mutation and not a true genetic morph. Other babies in this clutch show some minor pattern aberrations, but nothing this extreme. There's a possibility that this could be heritable through selective breeding, but there's no way to guarantee the level of zigging and zagging in future offspring.
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Last one from MFC20 is out! We have a zesty little Anery who made a big effort to look tough but turned out to be quite sweet.
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