captaincaveman said:yeah its crossed with a great plains rat snake
bout as much help as the rest of the net lmao :lol:spit said:They are just a corn morph i'm sure
So does your one have yellow markings? Mine doesn't, only red and orangeNerys said:creamsicles are AMELANISTIC corn X rat yes
Copper (or root beer in the USA) is the name for the normal colour version
the name is no longer JUST used for the amelanistic version of a Corn X Great Plains however
a breeder in surrey was kicking out creamsicles and coppers in large quantities, these were breed from BAIRDS ratsnake to corn snake.. they were sold to the trade and the general public as creamsicles and coppers in quite large numbers!
people can argue all day long that a Bairds X should not be called a creamsicle, but trust me, there are a lot of orange and yellow snakes out there, that have been bought and sold as creamsicles, that have come from Bairds heritage.
these days its almost impossible to tell which rat snake a creamsicle has in it.. GPR or Bairds... the GPR versions SEEM to have a little less white, and more a solid colouring though...
i have one of the last ones she ever bred, sold to me as a creamsicle, from KNOWN Bairds Ratsnake parentage..
either way however, no, a creamsicle is not a pure corns snake.