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Help Identifying Wild Amel Morph (KY)
 
 
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Old 05-26-2021, 11:29 PM   #1
AnotherLioness
Help Identifying Wild Amel Morph (KY)

Hello! I am hoping to identify the morph of a wild corn I found. It was in the dogsí yard and I moved him to the field. I only held it briefly. I didnít think to get a picture so all I have is a description. It was for sure amel but I canít find the exact pattern. (Or Iím not recalling the markings correctly) It was a really vivid red, orange, and white. The eyes were red. I remember the white being large bands and the orange surrounding spots of red. The closest morphs I found is florescent amel and Okatee reverse but Iím not sure if they occur in the wild. I would really appreciate some help. It was a beautiful snake!
 
 

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