Corn Snake Breeder | UK Captive Bred Cornsnakes
One thing springs to mind when I think of cornsnakes is the wonderful diversity of different colours and patterns which is evolving all the time. Every snake keeper in the world has a favourite Corn morph. Hardy, easy to care for and friendly. No wonder it's held the number one spot for Pets snakes for so many years.
I breed a lot of Cornsnakes each year to supply both hobbyists and traders. The amount on some morphs can be limited and we sell out very quickly of all morphs so if there is something you are after I recommend that you let me know so I can add you to a waiting list to avoid disappointment.
I have a group of yearlings whose parents are Bloodred x Butter and am looking to producing Sulphers in the future. I'm aiming to produce some in 2009.
I first produced these from Hypo motleys and out crossed them to strengthen the bloodline. Now we produce Striped Hypos in numbers, but they are very popular, so get in quick!
We work with very light Ghosts, this makes the Striped Ghosts very pleasing to the eye. We are working with a large group so we can provide unrelated animals for your breeding projects.
I've been working on this morph for eight years and will be offering limited numbers for sale in 2009. I would advise you to join our waiting list if you have an interest in this particular morph.
Very excited about this project as Caramels are a favourite of mine. Add the stripe to an already beautiful animal and wow! Can't wait.
We will be producing high quality Butter striped Corns in 2009 for the first time.
These are always very quick sellers. This morph is required if a striped Snow project is your desire.
Amel Stripe and anery stripe are the genetic recipe foe striped Snows.
Always a popular morph and always in great demand from pet owners to trade buyers.
One European, one American bloodline. Our male is a striped Opal so future breedings will produce motley and striped opals.
We are working with two bloodlines. The first is a Serpenco bloodline, the second is one I've been developing over the past ten years and is rich in orange and yellow colouration.
This morph has a coppery bronze colouration. I'm sure it has some Great Plains Ratsnake in it's make-up, but can't be sure. Very Attractive snake that attains a very good size.
The original cornsnake, without which we wouldn't have any of the amazing cultivars we have today. Considered bland by many, I disagree. Having seen thousands of Carolina's, there is a huge diversity in this morph alone. I've always had a good selection of Carolina's in my collection. They are so important in keeping the bloodlines of all the corn morphs strong.
A great favourite here. Babies almost look like anerys. But as they grow they develop the most beautiful golden colour, that just gets better and better.
I have had many people tell me how good our candies are compared to other breeders.
You will have a very hard job locating better animals than we are working with here.
Butters are produced by crossing a Caramel with an Amelanistic. Ours have a lovely bright yellow colouration. Our original bloodline came from Serpenco in the mid-nineties.
Lovely looking cultivar, deep red in colour and lacking checkerboarding on the ventral scales.
These babies are priced on the amount of patternation each individual has. On saying that, it has been proved that animals showing little pattern can and do produce fully patterned babies!
Ironically known as melanistics or "Black Albinos" Anery's have a recessive genetic defect that makes it impossible to produce red pigmentation. They are essential in the make up of Snows ( see Amelanistic page) and Ghosts. Anery crossed with Hypomelanistic produces het for Ghost.
For those of you who like their Aztecs, you will be blown away by the anery morph. They are so attractive!
Amels as they are commonly known are actually "the" Albino's of the Corn world. They are needed to create Snow Corns. Amels crossed with Anerythristic Corns produce babies that carry the genes to produce Snows and are refered to as "het for Snow". When both male and female het for Snow are bred together, the resulting clutch will have Snow babies at a ratio of One in four.