Butter Corn Snakes
Bloodred Corn Snakes are missing the typical ventral checkered patterns. They carry an almost solid ground color. Hatchlings have a visible pattern that can fade as they mature into a solid orange red to ash red colored snake. The Albino Bloodred corns are much lighter in color than a regular bloodred. There is a lot of variation among butter corn snakes as well as many different mixes of morphs. Some common butter types include:
Butter Motley, Striped Butter, Butter Bloodred ("sulfur") as well as hets for each of these.
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