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snow + snow= ?


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I have a little snow, and I was wondering if in a few years I bred her to a snow...what are we likely to get?

do you guys recommend any books on corn genetics??
if u bred it to a snow, youd get all snows. maybe a more interesting breeding would be to a normal het amel and anery a, where youd get normals, amels, anerys, and snows
Charles Pritzel also has a privately published book called "Genetics for Herpers" that will help you to understand how genetics works and some of the lingo a little better, I believe the first half of the Cornsnakes has a condensed version of this as well.