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Old 04-07-2011, 10:22 PM
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so this a diffused (hypo bloodred motley)
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so this a diffused (hypo bloodred motley)
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Pretty. Mines just a bloodred, not hypo or motley.
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As far as I've understood Bloodreds and difused are the same exact thing (genetically). With the only difference being that bloodreds ARE difused who were selectively bred for less/lack of patterning. (I believe?)

So your corn is a bloodred which is a difused. Same gene.

If I'm wrong please someone correct me. :P
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Does this mean that someone with a bloodred wont be able to tell the difference between bloods' and diffused, are they the same as youngsters and adults?
Hi there that is what people have been advising you as youngsters there's no clear difference it's only as they mature where they are different a blood loses it's pattern a defused retains some pattern

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As far as I've understood Bloodreds and difused are the same exact thing (genetically). With the only difference being that bloodreds ARE difused who were selectively bred for less/lack of patterning. (I believe?)

So your corn is a bloodred which is a difused. Same gene.

If I'm wrong please someone correct me. :P
It is definitely a diffused. It is possibly a bloodred.


All bloodreds are diffused. Not all diffused are bloodred.
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As far as I've understood Bloodreds and difused are the same exact thing (genetically). With the only difference being that bloodreds ARE difused who were selectively bred for less/lack of patterning. (I believe?)

So your corn is a bloodred which is a difused. Same gene.

If I'm wrong please someone correct me. :P
this is how I understand it, but you know how some of these yanks are lol



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It is definitely a diffused. It is possibly a bloodred.


All bloodreds are diffused. Not all diffused are bloodred.
there I knew someone far brighter than me would word it lol



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It is definitely a diffused. It is possibly a bloodred.


All bloodreds are diffused. Not all diffused are bloodred.
What will her adult colour be though if she's one of those "not all diffused are bloodred". Will she be scarlet with faint markings or more a orangey red with faint markings or something along those lines
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All bloodreds are diffused. Not all diffused are bloodred.
Agreed.
And as for growth, does morph really affect anything apart from aesthetics in a snake?
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I found these on google: I believe diffused corns have a fairly huge amount of red. Bloodreds are just patternless. Or at least I'd think a "quality" bloodred would be.

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