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I have a yearling amel I traded some of my hatchling for. When I first saw him I thought he was a sunglow, but after awhile I wonder if he's creamsicle. What does everyone think?
Sunglow or creamsicle?

Creamsicle or a fairly light orange albino. Keep in mind that conceptually, creamsicle is the result of pairing an albino corn snake to a Great Plains rat snake and then pairing hets back to each other. The more orange tones are from the formerly gray and brown coloration from the Great Plains rat snake lineage.

Sunglows are typically very dark orange to mostly red, particularly sunglow motleys.