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Old 04-11-2013, 05:46 PM
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I have an amelanistic corn who seems to be a darker colour than others I have seen. He is a rich orangy chestnut and his markings hardly show darker than the ground colour. What colour wife should I be looking for?

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Old 04-11-2013, 07:09 PM
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I have an amelanistic corn who seems to be a darker colour than others I have seen. He is a rich orangy chestnut and his markings hardly show darker than the ground colour. What colour wife should I be looking for?
'Slightly darker' is completely within the broad range of orange/brown/chestnut/yellow etc that would all fall under the completely normal amel morph.


However, as the others have stated, from your other post in the snake section you are not in a position to be looking for another snake until you have found a solution to your inability to get food for the ones you have.
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Here's one for you if you could please help me!

Got two males 1 amel and 1 snow
Currently in the process of finding and buying a female lavender

What's the outcome I could get for with both males? Thanks!!
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if she is just a lavender then the outcome would be all normals for both males.
Amel x lavender = normal het amel, lavender.
Snow x lavender = normal het amel, anery, lavender.
she'll need to be het for anery or amel to get anything other than normals.
Look on corncalc, it's a great help when it comes to working out what the possible out comes are.
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if she is just a lavender then the outcome would be all normals for both males.
Amel x lavender = normal het amel, lavender.
Snow x lavender = normal het amel, anery, lavender.
she'll need to be het for anery or amel to get anything other than normals.
Look on corncalc, it's a great help when it comes to working out what the possible out comes are.
What would be the best morph to breed with the snakes we currently own?
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I would go for an amel motley het anery. Bred to the snow, you will get amels and snows. Bred to the amel you will get all amels. In addition, the female would be able to test either male for the motley gene, and would test the amel male for the anery gene.
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I hatched out a clutch from anery female x snow male and got 13 snows and 7 anerys, some of which are very dark black and grey and some of which have a brown tint to them, would that make the anery het for snow?
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I hatched out a clutch from anery female x snow male and got 13 snows and 7 anerys, some of which are very dark black and grey and some of which have a brown tint to them, would that make the anery het for snow?
she's het amel.
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