what morph?

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arturmoes
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what morph?

by arturmoes » 18 Jan 2017, 20:13

Hello friends, I would like some help to know that morph is this


Is an 11 month old female and I do not have any information about the parents.

Ghost? or just Anery?


Thanks!

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eeji
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Re: what morph?

by eeji » 18 Jan 2017, 23:11

I would say ghost - do the belly chequers look like they have a 'clear line' straight down the middle of them?

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Re: what morph?

by Reptile Lover 23 » 23 Jan 2017, 00:35

I would say just Anery i have a male just abit bigger with the same markings and colors from head to tail, mines a (CB15 Anery)


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Rexy (cornsnake) - 8yr old female, Classic carolina CB 2009
Jarvis (cornsnake) - 2yr old male, Anery CB 2015
Gregg (bearded dragon) - 4-5 yr old male, leather back CB 2009
Crestie (crested gecko) - 10month old female, harlequin CB 2016
Puddles (crested gecko) - 5month old female, harlequin CB 2016

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Re: what morph?

by arturmoes » 23 Jan 2017, 01:08

Actually your snake looks a lot like mine, but note that both have a very different phenotype from the standard anery that appears on the site:

http://iansvivarium.com/morphs/?m=anerythristic

Note that blacks are much more intense and present throughout the animal's body when compared to the ghost phenotype:

http://iansvivarium.com/morphs/?m=ghost


I was able to get in touch with the breeder and he informed me that the father was hypo het anery and the mother was ghost, if that is true then she would be ghost

I'm waiting for my corn to finish making the skin change to post a photo of her belly.

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Re: what morph?

by arturmoes » 26 Jan 2017, 17:10

eeji wrote:I would say ghost - do the belly chequers look like they have a 'clear line' straight down the middle of them?


Take a look.

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What do you think?

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Re: what morph?

by CornSnakeLover » 03 Feb 2017, 18:15

It may be ghost. But it looks like type A anery

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Re: what morph?

by Joe Was » 10 Feb 2017, 22:23

This pair of trends may not hold true in every case but, two tests tend to hold up.

Anery babies tend to be darker than Ghost babies are.

And, as the snake matures, if the non-saddled ground color stays pretty clean, it is probably a Ghost. If the ground develops a darker color due to melanistic spotting on the scales then its more likely an anery.

For me - my money, is on Ghost, in your case.
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Re: what morph?

by arturmoes » 11 Feb 2017, 00:23

Joe Was wrote:This pair of trends may not hold true in every case but, two tests tend to hold up.

Anery babies tend to be darker than Ghost babies are.

And, as the snake matures, if the non-saddled ground color stays pretty clean, it is probably a Ghost. If the ground develops a darker color due to melanistic spotting on the scales then its more likely an anery.

For me - my money, is on Ghost, in your case.


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