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I'm not very good at this genetic stuff, so would like a bit of help. I know a creamsicle corn is produced by crossing an amel corn with a yellow rat, and may do this next year as I have a sunglow amel male and a lovely yellow rat female. I also have a beautiful big albino black rat. If he turns out to be male and I mated him with my yellow female, would I get creamsicle rats or what?
Any one any ideas? :?
 

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No... creamsicle is a term used to describe a cornsnake with rat blood, the term isnt used for rat hybrids. Essentially a yellow rat x black rat is just that! A yellow x black rat! :D
In all honesty there wont be much of a market for this type of hybrid, so unless you plan to keep the hatchlings maybe you should invest in another black rat?
 

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officially it is J,but some people will tell you otherwise.
 
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