This oddity is a 2018 Amelanistic-type corn snake from unrevealed lineage. The parents--and multi-generational ancestry--are known to me, but until breeding trials are revealing, I'll just say that the mother is a High-white Reverse Okeetee. In three successive SMR generations there has never been a Caramel, Buf or Sunkissed type related in this family tree. This color scheme is uncommon, but is sometimes rendered when I've bred for High-white Amel Tesseras, BUT no Tessera in this family tree? In 2021 I will breed her to a neutral breeder (a wild-type corn with NO hidden mutation gene copies) so as to take the project to Square-one. I've hatched four like this one in the past decade from three unrelated females, so, it may be something polygenetic in mode of inheritance--or just a variant of Snow? Regardless of the mode of inheritance (mutational or polygenetic), we will promote the look to predictably reproduce more like her.