Wanted Locality Red Colored Corns

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vinman
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Wanted Locality Red Colored Corns

Post by vinman » January 14th, 2019, 9:32 am

I'm looking for anyone breeding or could collect me really red colored Locality corns. I don't want hobby garbage hybrids. I'm looking for pure corns that don't have hobby stock in them.

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Kelly Mc
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Re: Wanted Locality Red Colored Corns

Post by Kelly Mc » January 16th, 2019, 11:45 pm

I have been guilty of allowing mutts to happen. I did not have the heart to separate a pair of adult corns left at our back door. They exhibited bonded behaviors. When the female became gravid I thought I would feed the eggs to my tegu, but I didnt have the heart to do that either. The babies were homed as carefully as I was able, as single pets.

I hope you find your Red Corns, Vinman. Nothin like em, imo. They will always be the American Beauties of Snakes. Timber Rattlesnakes being the other species that deserves to be on a stamp, a coin or a flag.

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Kelly Mc
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Re: Wanted Locality Red Colored Corns

Post by Kelly Mc » January 31st, 2019, 12:20 pm

The one morph Ive seen, of corns that does make me exhale woe are the Extreme Okeetees.

I could see having a giant enclosure with an upright tree trunk and a big chunk carved out, with a pair of those or just some cherry okeetees . I would like to breed some kind of snake again, Im not able to throw away my verm and my baby boxes and even got the hydor cable back from my cabinet. So its like a little ember that refuses to go out. Thats all the pleasure part. The selling and placement part is what Im personally burnt out on, probably for good.

Its cool that you are into the locality guys and yeah the redder the better, amirite?!

sjohn
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Re: Wanted Locality Red Colored Corns

Post by sjohn » February 6th, 2019, 8:31 am

Google Scott John Reptiles and look at the site for the locality Okeetee Corns.

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Kelly Mc
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Re: Wanted Locality Red Colored Corns

Post by Kelly Mc » February 6th, 2019, 1:48 pm

Exquisite Animals there, sjohn. Love to see some portraits of your favorite Sires and Dams, if you do that sort of thing.

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