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Cotton candy corns by snakes at sunset.


So I've been looking into buying a few snakes. And I came across Snakes at sunset's page and I noticed that they have a pink morph called the cotton candy.
I was wondering if anyone knows what it is as I have not heard of this morph before.
The page also lists the following morphs so I assume its not the same as any of these:
Coral snows
Reverse Okeetee
And candy cane
I think it's just a descriptor for the particularly pink snows. The gene is most likely homozygous red factor. You could try asking them what the genetics are, but since they're a reseller, they might not know. I think they just keep whatever label the breeder put on the snake.