I know of several morphs that aren't listed in the milksnake, or kingsnake section. As well as a newly-discovered wild locale-specific "greenish" (Yellow x Black Rat natural intergrade) mutation originating from Horry County, South Carolina that I have a 2.2 breeding group of. These are NOT man-made mutt crosses produced from "stolen" genetics either, and are as genuinely authentic as they come, they just happen not to be Yellows or Blacks, but are a naturally occuring intergrade form of both in that particular area. As a matter of fact, the normal "greenish" rat intergrade wild females used in the breedings were both captured less than 130 yards from where the original morph male was found. I have the entire history and full story on these and MANY other interesting morph history's too, several of which are locality-specific. There are several of the milksnake and kingsnake subspecies that you don't even have listed in the morphs section that there are proven genetic morphs of.
I have been owning, studying and researching different types of snakes for decades now, and between myself and a few close associates of mine, know of things that most folks in this hobby wouldn't even dream of. I am also planning on co-authoring some books in the future.
I could certainly help a great deal with updating the Lampropeltis section especially.