COOL CORN SNAKE
by Bill & Kathy Love
'What's this all about ??? It's simply an interesting assortment of pictures and collages illustrating various aspects of husbandry, field collecting, trivia, etc., all, of course, pertaining to corns and other herps with which I work. Some are high-resolution images and take longer to load - please be patient. Many have text below the pics too!
First off, a tribute to the most beautiful species of a snake in the world, posed among its namesakes.
" Looming Death". This photo was inspired by a painting in a book I received as a child...
"Corn snake! Dad, stop!"
Which snake would you buy, and why?
Sometimes I literally get buried in my work! Click for the inside scoop on how this shot was taken.
"Eleven Up". I've had many requests for this shot as a poster, but even more of them asking how we managed to make it. Click for the details.
The difference between night and day.
Two heads are better.....
Collecting Elaphe guttata in Florida.
Serpentine sex au naturel, apparently.
Three of my baby CB 2003 bloodred corns, all sporting white heads.
Elaphe guttata rosacea and its habitat on Key West, Florida
Elaphe guttata emoryi and its habitat in western Texas.
Do corn snakes get poison ivy?
On the herpetocultural horizon........
Five different '50% corns'. What are the other parental halves of each?
Collage of snake sexing methods.
Collage of corn snakes in love. ( Rated XXX)
Collage of corn eggs being laid, evaluated, and incubated.
This little thumbnail ought to be just small enough to arouse your curiosity about what I'm up to in this shot.
Down the hatch!
This corn is almost too perfect - looking. Hmmm..........???
A tribute presented to a "Godfather of Herpetoculture", Dr. Bern Bechtel, at the All-Florida Herp Conference, April 2003.
Really cool corn !
Snow corn chillin' in its "natural habitat".
Hoop snake? Ring rat? Infinity Corn? The Last Supper? $#!T happens?
See my new 'BLUE BEAUTY 'corns ,and others, here first --- place advance orders NOW , only $20,000 each !
What color corn snake would you like? Pick a color, any color...
This is a juvenile rhino rat snake Rhynchophis boulengeri , a sideline 'fun' project that has so far frustrated my breeding efforts.
The home photo studio where some of our photos are taken.
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/ Kathy Love
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