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New Member Introductions Getting more and more new members here, so I think we need a forum for them to introduce themselves. You old timers can do the same, if you would like.

hello from Pennsylvania
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Old 03-07-2023, 09:26 PM   #1
hello from Pennsylvania

I've always been interested in locality Elaphe/Pantherophis including CornSnakes.

I realize that much of the content of these forums is less relevant to Locality Corns than to the many morphs that have been produced relatively recently (i.e. during the last 50 years) via in-breeding, line-breeding, cross-breeding (e.g. Pantherophis emoryi x Pantherophis guttatus = ScaleLess), etc.

But I hope to find some info relevant to Locality Corns in sub-forums such as Husbandry, DIY Projects, Health Issues, Feeders, Behavior, Breeding, and Natural History.

Fingers crossed!
Old 03-08-2023, 03:12 AM   #2
Welcome to the forum! There are a couple of people on the forum who are working with locality corns. If you look in the photo gallery, there should be some recent posts.
Old 03-09-2023, 06:04 PM   #3
Just had a look. Didn't see any Locality Corns.

Wisteria - Lavender Pinstripe Motley
Dusk and Dawn - Aneries
Sparrow - Amel
Pinyon - Normal
Blitzen - Sunkissed Lava
Lava het Red Coat, Bloodred/Diffused group
Random pics bushsnake
Lark - Ultramel Tessera
Miami Striped
Tinsel - Ice Tessera
Ember - Red Cinder Tessera
Patty the Peppermint
Updates on my Palmetto blacktip
Caldera - Lava
Clementine - Lava Cinder
So this is the blood red clutch come true
Old 03-10-2023, 09:48 AM   #4
Welcome! I see locality corns for sale on Fauna Classifieds fairly often. I'd suggest chatting-up those sellers and see what can be learned. Cheers!
Old 03-10-2023, 10:22 AM   #5
User bushsnake posts locality stuff frequently.

Here's the most recent one:
Old 03-13-2023, 02:17 PM   #6
Welcome fellow PA resident!

I have a pair of 2022 locality corns from a friend that are F1'S from wild caught parents. They are by far the most defensive ones in my collection.
Old 03-15-2023, 09:50 PM   #7
What's the locality are they from Max in Fogelsville?

I've been bitten by morphs but never by a Locality or even a WC. Lots of tail-rattling as neonates. I don't put them down when they do this, I believe that would just reinforce the aggression, reward the wrong behavior. I cradle them in both open palms and just let them rattle till they tire - usually <3 minutes, then put them back.

How often do you handle them?

Gettysburg huh... I'm jealous of your proximity to Hamburg; best expo east of Tinley IMO.
Old 03-16-2023, 01:17 PM   #8
Mine are Beaufort county, SC. Which isn't very far from Okeetee. They came from Justin Smith at palmetto coast exotics/THN.

Usually 2-3 times a week I'll give the pair a 5 min handling session.

Within a 2hr drive we can hit a show almost every weekend.
Old 03-16-2023, 06:22 PM   #9
If they are from that far north then they should still be asleep right now, if not there's an increased likelihood for irritability. I know there are lots of breeders who say that there's no need to brumate neonates, but 65 million years of evolution says otherwise.

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