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CS.com Guide to Corn Snake Cultivars & Cultigens A collective field guide to the cultivars and cultigens (morphs) of corn snakes.

Bloodred Diffuse RedCoat and Yellowing
 
 
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Old 08-05-2023, 05:41 PM   #1
medusacoils
Bloodred Diffuse RedCoat and Yellowing

So, since coming back to Cornsnakes there are a few new terms beings tossed around and I'm trying to understand them. Please bare with me if I'm wrong;, asking wrong, or just nuts. I have been out of cornsnake business since around 2012 when I sold my business.

Bloodreds, when I left, were basically distinguished by the markings on the side of their bodies and the patterning on their heads. I would post a pic if I could. Are they now considered Diffused as a morph? Some Proginy predictors list either or both. I am confused. What does the yellowing factor have to do with this, them, or anything? What does the red factor have to do with this, them, or anything?

I'm sorry I am asking such a pia question but I'm having a hard time finding answers to this specific question online. I can find bits and pieces but nothing that puts the puzzle together.
 
 

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