Morphmarket corn snakes


2010.07.22 20:22 mystimel Snakes

A place for snake owners and lovers to share snake related stories, pictures, advice, and ask questions.

2013.12.15 22:40 Anything and Everything in the Sand Boa World!

Show off your sand boas and admire others'. Ask for help, advice, and discuss whatever you want about these beautiful animals.

2016.04.05 03:11 cactusesarefun Cornsnakes

A sub to discuss care and breeding of corn snakes, beyond the YouTube stuff and online guides. God handed Moses no tablets regarding this stuff, so respect others’ husbandry preferences and don’t push your own as gospel. Be supportive of other corn snake hobbyists! :)

2023.06.06 02:28 okurkalol my snake hasn’t shed yet

hey i got my corn snake for 7 weeks now. He’s about 5 months old. He eats well, temperature and humidity is well too. But he hasn’t started yet. is it normal or should I start worry
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2023.06.05 23:24 Murphs_turf Looking for DIY reptile enclosure advice

Looking for DIY reptile enclosure advice
Hello all! First off, this may or may not be on topic enough for this subreddit so mods, feel free to remove if needed, I'm just really not sure where to get help on this. I'm designing an enclosure for my corn snake, Murphy, and want to get advice from others who have experience building enclosures or any other similar projects. (for those not in the reptile world I think it can be compared nicely to a very large cabinet) I've never built anything like this, just helped plan and oversee the building of a raised plant bed years ago. As far as I've seen, an enclosure of this style, using pvc and wood, has not been done before. By using both I believe I'll be able to use my materials to the fullest (as in have less scraps leftover) and spend less money since wood is much cheaper. The pvc will mean the bottom and up the sides about 14" is waterproof while the wood on the rest will be sealed with dryloc and also covered up by a diy foam background so there should be no water issues there either. Since I haven't seen this before I want to make sure there isn't a reason that it's not done this way.
(If you aren't interested in the reptile aspect skip this paragraph) Also, I am well aware this is a large enclosure for a corn snake. I love my boi and want to give him the best I can. I haven't been monitoring his growth, but since he is already 4 feet long I want to go longer than 4 feet and at that point I figured "go big or go home" so I went as big as I did to make sure he won't outgrow it. It'll also be something I can use in the future after he passes for any other large reptile I may want. I also wanted lots of height since I think he'd enjoy climbing if he had the opportunity. The depth is made to just fit through a doorframe (at least in my house) so moving it shouldn't be too bad.
On to the enclosure, I have made 3d models using SketchUp of the enclosure and its stand, but I think sharing that would be complicated and I wouldn't be able to explain it. So, I have made a giant google slides to show the enclosure and explain details. Below I have included the link to the slides, but I know at least I shy away from clicking on links from strangers. I've included a screenshot of the model to help prove that this really is something I've designed, so hopefully that can ease any fears. Please, please check out the slides if you want to know more, it has tons of information and pictures from every angle.
I'm interested in any thoughts on feasibility, let me know if you think it can actually work and would be able to support the weight of itself and everything to go inside. Within the slides I have a few specific questions as well about how it can all work. All feedback is welcome, just try to be nice about it please. I've also got tons of information to share about this so please ask me any questions you may have.
If you know someone who has already done something like this let me know so I can reach out to them for advice. I did watch a ton of youtube videos about diy enclosures and that is where I got the idea of building a frame and attaching walls to it. An example of one of the videos I watched that used that method here: DIY REPTILE ENCLOSURE UNDER 60 BUCKS 4 X 2 X 2 STEP BY STEP BUILD - YouTube I did put the walls on the inside of the frame though instead of the outside so that the wood studs would not be exposed to the moist conditions inside the enclosure. I also think the studs on the outside look pretty neat.
Even if you don't have any advice, if you know of anywhere I can get advice on building this (and whether or not it's a good idea to have something this large and heavy in a second-floor bedroom) please let me know, I want to make sure it's feasible before I start sinking money into materials.
(If this post looks familiar I posted essentially the same thing months ago to the herphomes and bioactive communities)
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2023.06.05 22:41 basemoon corn snake has laid a single egg. we thought it was a male. desperately need advice

quite literally what the title says. had my corn snake (popcorn) for two and a half years since he was a tiny baby. he's never been around another snake since we've had him and we've never worried about this scenario because like i said, we thought he was a male. we just found an egg in his enclosure. no idea how long its been there but cant be more than a few days old. theres no question that its a slug but im completely lost on what to do. im alarmed about there being only one egg and we fully plan on taking him to the vet as soon as we possibly can (which will be tomorrow at the earliest). my biggest worry is that he's egg bound, but i dont know enough to be able to tell. he's not acting much different than usual aside from being off his food (which he'll do if you just look at him funny). he last shed about a week ago. any advice would be appreciated i am not doing a good job about staying calm
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2023.06.05 19:39 neumannboy What’s going on with my 3F corn snake?

What’s going on with my 3F corn snake?
Her mouth has been slightly open like this since last feeding. It’s just the tip. Doesn’t look like any raised tissue or anything. She is also about to shed because her belly is very rough and flaky
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2023.06.05 19:03 MrProfessorFlowers Question about eating habits and growth!

So I know that the amount of food a snake eats as it grows affects how fast it grows, but I was curious about how it affects the overall adult size! I googled around but wasn't able to quite find the answer to my question, which is this:
If a snake is a bad eater in the start and ends up way way behind in size but goes on to eat regularly after, would that affect the final size of the individual? I ask because my snake Penelope was a bad eater when she first hatched (to the point that there was a little mix up when I bought her because he thought she was one from a more recent clutch! We did clear it up in the end!) and though she's eating well now she's only about 40 grams at almost 2 years old!
She's definitely growing like a weed now but I was curious if more experienced keepers could hazard a guess at whether she'll be as big as an average corn or maybe on the squart side? I'll love her either way, I'm just super curious!
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2023.06.05 13:06 Lucky-Club6726 No fence with deer

No fence with deer
We have a full Snow White yard! My son put his yard ornaments in the garden, and so far we haven’t had a problem with the deer eating anything! I don’t know if it scares them off or if over the past year we have come to some sort of agreement lol. I also have some bird feeders I make sure stay loaded out there. And I also feed the deer apples every once in awhile.
But our yard has deer, bunnies, squirrels, birds of all colors and sizes including owls and falcons, foxes, stray cats, and one wandering turtle who like watermelon and usually stays here. I know the animals are normal for most but we lived in Guam and were used to wild pigs, wild chickens, feral dogs/cats(boonies), and giant reptiles. Including a 6 foot snake and a 6 foot lizard stealing eggs from our domesticated chickens.
The garden isn’t much as this is my first time caring for a garden when I usually just kill houseplants for fun. I’ve got cherry tomatoes, heirloom and beef tomatoes, basil, strawberries, kale, corn, and sunflowers.
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2023.06.05 11:06 ScottishTotodile Vivarium upgrade for my five year old corn snake! Went from aspen (first picture) to Komodo coconut terrain for a more natural look. My girl seems to absolutely love it!

Vivarium upgrade for my five year old corn snake! Went from aspen (first picture) to Komodo coconut terrain for a more natural look. My girl seems to absolutely love it! submitted by ScottishTotodile to reptiles [link] [comments]

2023.06.05 11:05 ScottishTotodile Vivarium upgrade for my five year old female corn snake! Went from aspen (first picture) to Komodo coconut terrain for a more natural look. My girl seems to absolutely love it!

Vivarium upgrade for my five year old female corn snake! Went from aspen (first picture) to Komodo coconut terrain for a more natural look. My girl seems to absolutely love it! submitted by ScottishTotodile to snakes [link] [comments]

2023.06.05 06:01 SuspiciousRule4880 Dark spots between eyes and nostril

Dark spots between eyes and nostril
My 9 year old corn snake has recently developed two greenish dark spots on either side of its head between its eyes and nose. Both spots look similar and are in the same spot on either side of its head though the spot on the right side is more noticeable. Still eating and drinking well from what I can tell and no changes in how active the snake has been. Any idea on what this could be? I can’t seem to find anything about it online. Any help would be much appreciated
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2023.06.05 05:45 Zealousideal_Pair_83 Is UVB or UVC or any kind of light necessary for a baby corn snake?

I bought my very first corn snake 2 days ago (A year old and still a baby) and I was wondering if getting a light for my 10 gallon tank is necessary. I noticed some people have lights for their reptiles. mainly lizards, turtles and a few snakes. I been told that corn snakes don't really need lights but that makes me wonder if that is true or not? My room doesn't gets much sunlight and the only time my room lights up is when I turn on my room light. (Which is mainly at night time) Also I noticed my corn snake is nocturnal and I've caught her out of her hide late at night.
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2023.06.05 04:23 pahndabhear Snake Mite "cheese"?

Snake Mite
Hey guys, we noticed the other day that our baby corn has some snake mites under his neck and reached out to our local pet store where we got him. They recommended a soak in warm water with a few drops of dawn dish soap, followed by leaving him in his tank for 24 hours with these blocks of something they called cheese (and no substrate/watefun things which is why it looks like this). We're honestly just super confused as to what this stuff even is and how it works, which would be nice to know obviously. We were told to keep any and all liquids out of the tank while it was in there because it "becomes toxic when exposed to water". Any thoughts? Is this effective enough to eliminate the mites? the 24 hour period is up and he still has a few under his chin. thanks in advance and sorry for the long post.
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2023.06.05 01:30 DexterPitStop Dose anyone where I can buy food in uk

Any website or place that sell food for corn snakes. Would appreciate it 👍
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2023.06.04 20:20 KonpenV2 Advice needed on heat mat

Advice needed on heat mat
So today I’ve found myself with a corn snake. Completely unplanned, but it was being kept in a 12” X 12” X 6” box, without a hide or fresh water, so I’ve taken it on myself.
Went to the local reptile centre, got a 4’ X 2’ X 2’ wooden viv, 3 hides, uv light, heat mat and XL water bowl, with aspen substrate.
I was not told about or advised on a stat controller for the heat mat. Since being home and setting up, and with my partner doing further research, it seems that it’s a must.
The heat mat is very hot to touch, despite the instructions saying it’s a gentle background heat.
I need advice on what to do until tomorrow, as the shops are now closed.
Do I leave it on and the snake will regulate it’s own temperate between the gradient in the viv? (Temp being 28c on one side and 22c on the other side).
Or do I switch it off until I can get a mat stat?
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2023.06.04 17:12 noctae-corvus Intermediate snakes?

In the near future I am considering planning to bring a new reptile home and I'm currently exploring my options! I already have experience caring for a ball python, a kingsnake and a corn snake and I'm possibly looking into another snake. I have a few options in mind but I'd like to hear what suggestions you all have!
- I would like something bigger or girthier, but no snakes that grow bigger than 2-2.5m
- Would prefer a python or a boa over a colubrid
- Relatively docile and fairly handleable
- I don't mind a bit more challenging care/attitude but nothing that's going to be fragile and high strung (ie. no tree pythons)
- Easily available captive bred and reasonably priced for the most part (as in a wild type won't cost me a thousand Euros)
- Due to EU laws, no kingsnakes :')

Would love to hear your suggestions!
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2023.06.04 15:05 Annual-Fish-3630 my corn snake won’t stop hiding

my corn snake won’t stop hiding
i got my corn snake in march she’s almost a year old and i’ve never seen her exploring her cage in the day. am i doing something wrong? here’s a picture of her because she’s cute
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2023.06.04 15:03 BillMurr85 Help with corn snake morph

Help with corn snake morph
Hi can anyone help with morph on this corn snake. Thanks
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2023.06.04 15:01 noctae-corvus Lizard recommendations for someone experienced with snakes?

As the title says, in the near future I might begin preparing to bring a new reptile home! I have a decent amount of experience caring for snakes between a ball python, a kingsnake and a corn snake and I was considering a lizard instead of another snake :>
I find blue tongue skinks very appealing and I have beardies and leopard geckos in mind as well, but I want to explore my options to make sure I get something that fits me!
- Can live comfortably in a 120x45x45cm (around 4x2 for US folks) or similar / smaller enclosure
- Tolerates handling well
- Tolerates heat fairly well (so no cresties, gargoyles etc. As much as I would love one, for context, I live in a fairly hot country. Obviously I do all in my power to cool down my animals in heatwaves and have managed well for several years, but if they are prone to suffering and dying at anything over 26 C/80 F, I don't think it's fair for me to keep them)
- Is readily available captive-bred in the EU market
- I am okay with feeding bugs and other whole prey

I would love to hear your recommendations! Even if it's something fairly standard like a beardie, convince me! Tell me what you love about them!
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2023.06.04 08:14 lunakiva Cats and corns question

So I ended up having to get roommates because living in the capitalist as hell scape is a lot of money. I enjoy handling my corn snake, but my roommates cat Jesse keeps trying to save me from my snake. Is there a way to better introduce the cat so that she doesn’t see my best friend as a threat? Please help anyone who has multi pet household.
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2023.06.04 05:16 Darksider0626 What morph is this?

What morph is this?
Just got a new corn snake. Wondering what morph this is.
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2023.06.04 03:22 EmoTransDude14 Swet Korn

Swet Korn
This is my Oc Swet Korn, he is an Albino Corn Snake. Since he is ablino he doesn't have the greatest vision but still tries his best to be independent. He is playful and sweet, he also very sassy and sometimes rude to others.
(I made most of this up on the spot)
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2023.06.04 02:50 K2Cryo Would this 90 gal (slpit into 2 × 45 gal with divider) be suitable for corn snakes? 1 in each side?

Would this 90 gal (slpit into 2 × 45 gal with divider) be suitable for corn snakes? 1 in each side? submitted by K2Cryo to reptiles [link] [comments]

2023.06.04 01:54 Iris_the_TVHead_101 Pics of my baby corn snakes! The first ones name is magnolia, and the second ones name is Aires. (Like the god of war but spelled differently)

Pics of my baby corn snakes! The first ones name is magnolia, and the second ones name is Aires. (Like the god of war but spelled differently) submitted by Iris_the_TVHead_101 to cornsnakes [link] [comments]