Show & Tell
I would say that at this stage of development, all of the 2016 F1 out-crosses from a Cherry Amel x Banded Fluorescent are coloring-up exceedingly red. They already surpass what their Banded Fluorescent mother looked like at this age (pic 3 below as adult), but then she does not possess the Cherry gene mutation. As hatchlings, all of our red-modified Amel corns are rather boring in the color department for the first few months of their lives. These two sub-yearlings are starting to show-off their color potential, demonstrating that they AND the products of their parents marriage will be something new in the realm of red albino (Amel) corns (even beyond being a Fluorescent and beyond being a Cherry). Our male Cherry corn is the father, and the mother is a red Fluorescent (largest snake in pic 2 below is a sub-adult Cherry Amel mutant), both of which we've shared with you in pictures for a couple of years now. We may only sell two or three of these gems next year, but since there is no adult model for this genetic combination, the only promise we can make is that they will be remarkably red as adults. PICs of her parents
Show & $ell
This 17" female 2016 Amel Tessera corn snake is het for Lavender, and is currently eating frozen/thawed small or medium pinky mice. Her $315.00 price includes FREE OVERNIGHT SHIPPING to any of the lower-48 United States. BTW, the mother of this snake is David Partington's famous Paradox Ultramel Lavender, and so far, not one of the Lavenders from that female has been kinked.