Terms & Conditions
Here is an overview of the Kingsnakes and Milksnake morphs I am currently working with... 
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Splotched Sinaloan A recessive gene that removes the normal tri- coloured banding and creates stripes and splotching. Sometimes called splotched, striped or splodged.
T-Albino Nelsons A recessive mutation that turns the black bands to white bands. There appears to be some variation as some appear to have a more yellow colour than white resulting in a double yellow banding.
T+Albino Nelsons A recessive mutation that turns the black bands to purple/brown bands. These colour up very nicely as adults.
Splotched Sinaloan A recessive gene that removes the normal tri- coloured banding and creates stripes and splotching. Sometimes called splotched, striped or splodged.
T-Albino Nelsons A recessive mutation that turns the black bands to white bands. There appears to be some variation as some appear to have a more yellow colour than white resulting in a double yellow banding.
T+Albino Nelsons A recessive mutation that turns the black bands to purple/brown bands. These colour up very nicely as adults.
Orange Variable Kingsnake An orange variation of the Variable Kingsnake.
Silver Variable Kingsnake A silver variation of the Variable Kingsnake.
Coastal Plains Milksnake An underated milksnake species with an amazing red facial mask.
Splotched Sinaloan A recessive gene that removes the normal tri- coloured banding and creates stripes and splotching. Sometimes called splotched, striped or splodged.
T-Albino Nelsons A recessive mutation that turns the black bands to white bands. There appears to be some variation as some appear to have a more yellow colour than white resulting in a double yellow banding.
T+Albino Nelsons A recessive mutation that turns the black bands to purple/brown bands. These colour up very nicely as adults.
Hypo Coastal Plains Milksnake This is a recessive mutation which enhances the complete appearance of the snake. The red is brighter and the black turns a golden colour. These are sometimes referred to as T+ Albinos.
Aberrant Coastal Plains Milksnake An Aberrant form of the typical Coastal Plains Milksnake. Unsure if the Aberrant pattern is genetic.
Milksnake Phase Variable Kingsnakes A tricoloured variation of the variable kingsnake. Also known as MSP phase.
Splotched Sinaloan A recessive gene that removes the normal tri- coloured banding and creates stripes and splotching. Sometimes called splotched, striped or splodged.
Albino Ruthvens Kingsnake Also known as the Queretaro Kingsnake. This is the Albino form, which is a recessive gene. The Albino Ruthvens has been a key animal for hybrid fans by being compatible with other kingsnakes and passing on the Albino gene.
Splotched Sinaloan A recessive gene that removes the normal tri- coloured banding and creates stripes and splotching. Sometimes called splotched, striped or splodged.
Applegate Arizona Mountain Kingsnakes A species of kingsnake that I first got back in 1998 and now in 2017 I decided to add the Applegate special phase which is a recessive mutation that reduces the black colouration.
T-Albino Nelsons A recessive mutation that turns the black bands to white bands. There appears to be some variation as some appear to have a more yellow colour than white resulting in a double yellow banding.
Yellow/Green Variable Kingsnake A yellow/green variation of the Variable Kingsnake.