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  • Cornsnakes - Ratsnake Information
    Orthriophis t taeniurus CB Locality Ratsnakes Back Elaphe dione Photo Gallery Links Directory Contact Us 1 Did You Know The Ratsnake Information website has over 80 Ratsnake species subspecies profiles on site There are over 100 articles on Ratsnakes in the article database covering topics such as feeding breeding natural history We have an extensive glossary of herpetological terms The photo gallery has nearly 1500 photos of Ratsnakes organized by species We have morph guides for Orthriophis taeniurus taeniurus Elaphe dione plus other species of Ratsnake You are here Home Guides Morph Guides American Cornsnakes Cornsnake Colour Pattern Morphs An A Z Guide of Cornsnake Pantherophis guttatus morphs The first morph to be commercially produced was over 25 years ago The Amelanistic Cornsnake since then hundreds of different morphs have become available new genes are being discovered on what seems to be a yearly basis These are then being combined with the ones that are already known to produce more Cultivars are being selectively bred to produce new lines as in Amels where we are now seeing several distinct looks Hypomelanistic Dilute Author Sue Knight Hypomelanistic Lavender Bloodred Author Sue Knight Hypomelanistic Lavender Stripe Author Sue Knight Ice Bloodred Author

    Original URL path: http://www.ratsnakefoundation.org/index.php/guides/ratsnake-morph-guides/american-ratsnake-morph-guides/cornsnake-pattern-colour-guide?start=50 (2016-02-01)
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  • Cornsnakes - Ratsnake Information
    Elaphe dione Orthriophis t taeniurus CB Locality Ratsnakes Back Elaphe dione Photo Gallery Links Directory Contact Us 1 Did You Know The Ratsnake Information website has over 80 Ratsnake species subspecies profiles on site There are over 100 articles on Ratsnakes in the article database covering topics such as feeding breeding natural history We have an extensive glossary of herpetological terms The photo gallery has nearly 1500 photos of Ratsnakes organized by species We have morph guides for Orthriophis taeniurus taeniurus Elaphe dione plus other species of Ratsnake You are here Home Guides Morph Guides American Cornsnakes Cornsnake Colour Pattern Morphs An A Z Guide of Cornsnake Pantherophis guttatus morphs The first morph to be commercially produced was over 25 years ago The Amelanistic Cornsnake since then hundreds of different morphs have become available new genes are being discovered on what seems to be a yearly basis These are then being combined with the ones that are already known to produce more Cultivars are being selectively bred to produce new lines as in Amels where we are now seeing several distinct looks Rosy Bloodred Author Sue Knight Silver Queen Ghost Author Sue Knight Snow Author Sue Knight Snow Aztec Author

    Original URL path: http://www.ratsnakefoundation.org/index.php/guides/ratsnake-morph-guides/american-ratsnake-morph-guides/cornsnake-pattern-colour-guide?start=75 (2016-02-01)
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  • Crazing - Ratsnake Information
    Glossary Article Base Back General Ratsnake European Ratsnake Asian Ratsnakes American Ratsnakes Common Name Ratsnakes Health Hygiene Guides Back Care Guides Back Asian Ratsnakes Back O t friesi O p coxi C helena E bimaculata Wild Locality Guides Back N American Ratsnakes Morph Guides Back American Back Pantherophis o obsoletus Cornsnakes Asian Back Elaphe dione Orthriophis t taeniurus CB Locality Ratsnakes Back Elaphe dione Photo Gallery Links Directory Contact Us 1 Did You Know The Ratsnake Information website has over 80 Ratsnake species subspecies profiles on site There are over 100 articles on Ratsnakes in the article database covering topics such as feeding breeding natural history We have an extensive glossary of herpetological terms The photo gallery has nearly 1500 photos of Ratsnakes organized by species We have morph guides for Orthriophis taeniurus taeniurus Elaphe dione plus other species of Ratsnake You are here Home Guides Morph Guides Asian Elaphe dione Crazing Elaphe dione morphs and natural variations Crazing Morph Crazing History Notes A pattern morph that reduces and breaks the normal blotched pattern up The snake has a reduced pattern made up of dots and dashes Details Author Sue Knight Next Latest Articles Note on an unusual colour morphism

    Original URL path: http://www.ratsnakefoundation.org/index.php/guides/ratsnake-morph-guides/asian-ratsnake-morph-guides/elaphe-dione/468-crazing-elaphe-dione-morph (2016-02-01)
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  • Melanistic / Nigrita - Ratsnake Information
    American Back Pantherophis o obsoletus Cornsnakes Asian Back Elaphe dione Orthriophis t taeniurus CB Locality Ratsnakes Back Elaphe dione Photo Gallery Links Directory Contact Us 1 Did You Know The Ratsnake Information website has over 80 Ratsnake species subspecies profiles on site There are over 100 articles on Ratsnakes in the article database covering topics such as feeding breeding natural history We have an extensive glossary of herpetological terms The photo gallery has nearly 1500 photos of Ratsnakes organized by species We have morph guides for Orthriophis taeniurus taeniurus Elaphe dione plus other species of Ratsnake You are here Home Guides Morph Guides Asian Elaphe dione Melanistic Nigrita Elaphe dione morphs and natural variations Melanistic Nigrita Morph Melanistic Nigrita Black History Nigrita or Melanistic Dione Ratsnakes have been known in the wild for many years captive specimens where collected in the area surrounding Mostok in North Caucasus First bred by Tula Exotorium in 2004 They are generally thought to be a little more difficult to breed than any of the other locality Diones Males in the past have shown indifference to breeding trials and often suffered from digestion problems A new strain was brought into the hobby in 2009 which do not have any of the problems associated with the original line Melanism is a simple recessive gene in Dione Ratsnakes Notes There is some variation in the nigrita morph some being completely black whereas other specimens may have white or grey lateral stripes Dione Ratsnake Nigrita Author Hans Georg Prziwara Melanistic Nigrita Author Sue Knight Melanistic Nigrita Author Sue Knight Nigrita melanistic Author Sue Knight Melanistic Nigrita Author Gidi Van de Belt Melanistic Mozdok Author AC Snakes Melanistic Nigrita Author Sue Knight Melanistic Nigrita Author Sue Knight Melanistic Nigrita Author Sue Knight Melanistic Nigrita Author Sue Knight Details Author

    Original URL path: http://www.ratsnakefoundation.org/index.php/guides/ratsnake-morph-guides/asian-ratsnake-morph-guides/elaphe-dione/436-melanistic-nigrita (2016-02-01)
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  • Orange / Sunset - Ratsnake Information
    Orthriophis t taeniurus CB Locality Ratsnakes Back Elaphe dione Photo Gallery Links Directory Contact Us 1 Did You Know The Ratsnake Information website has over 80 Ratsnake species subspecies profiles on site There are over 100 articles on Ratsnakes in the article database covering topics such as feeding breeding natural history We have an extensive glossary of herpetological terms The photo gallery has nearly 1500 photos of Ratsnakes organized by species We have morph guides for Orthriophis taeniurus taeniurus Elaphe dione plus other species of Ratsnake You are here Home Guides Morph Guides Asian Elaphe dione Orange Sunset Elaphe dione morphs and natural variations Orange Sunset Morph Orange Sunglow Eyes History First bred by Tula Exotarium in Russia this morph is only known in a handful of collections at present Hatchlings are born with a washed out appearance and the colour brightens and intensifies over the first 18 months Notes Orange Dione Ratsnakes are also marketed under the name of Sunglow a very apt and descriptive name Orange Dione Ratsnakes are from the Chersky complex and a result of breeding two Tiger morph Dione Ratsnakes together The genetics haven t been fully worked out yet from a clutch of Tiger x Tiger eggs it appears that only one quarter are of the Orange morph the rest of the clutch are normal looking Orange Diones have four longitudinal reddy brown stripes with a background colour of bright orange along the sides near the ventral scales the background colour fades out to yellow The ventral scales are devoid of markings and suffused in orange The head markings are also greatly reduced Orange Author Sue Knight Orange Author Jesper Lund Orange Author Sue Knight Orange Sunglow Author Gidi Van de Belt Orange Author Jesper Lund Orange Author Sue Knight Orange Author Sue Knight

    Original URL path: http://www.ratsnakefoundation.org/index.php/guides/ratsnake-morph-guides/asian-ratsnake-morph-guides/elaphe-dione/434-orange-dione-ratsnake (2016-02-01)
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  • Striped - Ratsnake Information
    Guides Back Care Guides Back Asian Ratsnakes Back O t friesi O p coxi C helena E bimaculata Wild Locality Guides Back N American Ratsnakes Morph Guides Back American Back Pantherophis o obsoletus Cornsnakes Asian Back Elaphe dione Orthriophis t taeniurus CB Locality Ratsnakes Back Elaphe dione Photo Gallery Links Directory Contact Us 1 Did You Know The Ratsnake Information website has over 80 Ratsnake species subspecies profiles on site There are over 100 articles on Ratsnakes in the article database covering topics such as feeding breeding natural history We have an extensive glossary of herpetological terms The photo gallery has nearly 1500 photos of Ratsnakes organized by species We have morph guides for Orthriophis taeniurus taeniurus Elaphe dione plus other species of Ratsnake You are here Home Guides Morph Guides Asian Elaphe dione Striped Elaphe dione morphs and natural variations Striped Morph Striped History The various coloured Striped Dione Ratsnakes are selectively bred morphs originally bred by Tula Exotorium Russia This morph is not restricted to captivity as Stripes have been recorded in the wild from South Russia Altai Eastern Kazakhstan Notes There are many colour variations including Yellow Grey Brown Yellow Stripe Author Sue Knight Black Blue Stripe Barnaul Altai Author Jesper Lund Striped Author Ilya Drozdov Brown Striped Author Sue Knight Brown Blue Striped Altai Author Sue Knight Striped Author AC Snakes Yellow Striped Author Sue Knight Black Blue Stripe Barnaul Altai Author Jesper Lund Striped Author AC Snakes Rust Striped Author Sue Knight Black Blue Stripe Barnaul Altai Author Jesper Lund Yellow Striped Author Sue Knight Details Author Sue Knight Prev Next Related Articles Coelognathus flavolineatus Yellow Striped Ratsnake Elaphe dione Dione Ratsnake Coelognathus flavolineatus Yellow Striped Ratsnake Comparison E bimaculata E dione and O rufodorsatus Introduction to The Yellow Striped Ratsnake Its a Love Thing

    Original URL path: http://www.ratsnakefoundation.org/index.php/guides/ratsnake-morph-guides/asian-ratsnake-morph-guides/elaphe-dione/438-striped-dione-ratsnake (2016-02-01)
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  • Super Red / Sunrise - Ratsnake Information
    C helena E bimaculata Wild Locality Guides Back N American Ratsnakes Morph Guides Back American Back Pantherophis o obsoletus Cornsnakes Asian Back Elaphe dione Orthriophis t taeniurus CB Locality Ratsnakes Back Elaphe dione Photo Gallery Links Directory Contact Us 1 Did You Know The Ratsnake Information website has over 80 Ratsnake species subspecies profiles on site There are over 100 articles on Ratsnakes in the article database covering topics such as feeding breeding natural history We have an extensive glossary of herpetological terms The photo gallery has nearly 1500 photos of Ratsnakes organized by species We have morph guides for Orthriophis taeniurus taeniurus Elaphe dione plus other species of Ratsnake You are here Home Guides Morph Guides Asian Elaphe dione Super Red Sunrise Elaphe dione morphs and natural variations Super Red Sunrise Morph Super Red Sunrise History Notes Super Red Author Sue Knight Super Red Author Jesper Lund Super Red Author Sue Knight Super Red Author Sue Knight Super Red Author Sue Knight Super Red Author Sue Knight Super Red Author Jesper Lund Super Red Vladivostok Author Jesper Lund Super Red Author AC Snakes Details Author Sue Knight Prev Next Related Articles Elaphe dione Dione Ratsnake Comparison E bimaculata E

    Original URL path: http://www.ratsnakefoundation.org/index.php/guides/ratsnake-morph-guides/asian-ratsnake-morph-guides/elaphe-dione/439-super-red-sunrise (2016-02-01)
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  • T+ Albino - Ratsnake Information
    The Ratsnake Information website has over 80 Ratsnake species subspecies profiles on site There are over 100 articles on Ratsnakes in the article database covering topics such as feeding breeding natural history We have an extensive glossary of herpetological terms The photo gallery has nearly 1500 photos of Ratsnakes organized by species We have morph guides for Orthriophis taeniurus taeniurus Elaphe dione plus other species of Ratsnake You are here Home Guides Morph Guides Asian Elaphe dione T Albino Elaphe dione morphs and natural variations T Albino Morph T Albino T Plus Albino Tyrosinase Positive Albino History There has been several Albino Dione Ratsnakes found in the wild The line which is being captive bred in captivity at present originates from a normal coloured gravid female captured near Beijing Zhang Luyang Of the three eggs she laid one contained a beautiful yellowish pink hatchling a T Albino The first captive breeding was done in 2010 by Tula Exotarium Russia The first captive breeding in a private collection was achieved by Gidi Van de Belt of The Netherlands who hatched a male on 24th June 2011 Notes Tyrosinase is an enzyme needed to produce melanin black pigment in T minus animals normal Albino s tyrosinase is not produced which results in the complete lack of black In T postive Albinos tyrosinase is present but is blocked from gaining access into the melanophores Which you might think is the same thing and would give T minus and T positive Albinos the same appearance which can be the case when they are hatchlings but it s like a leaky tap that continually adds minute amounts of melanin to the snake throughout it s life They get browner as they mature and the eyes also darken somewhat Albino T Beijing Author Zerkle Reptile Co

    Original URL path: http://www.ratsnakefoundation.org/index.php/guides/ratsnake-morph-guides/asian-ratsnake-morph-guides/elaphe-dione/444-tyrosinase-positive-albino-dione-ratsnake (2016-02-01)
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