Polkeetee Corn Snakes
Polkeetee is what I am calling this exciting cross between select Polk County Corns, and Abbott Okeetee Corns. The resulting offspring are better looking then either of the parents. They display what can only be described as the best of both worlds. I expect these to get even better with selective breedings and should make some stunning snakes.
This is the original pair that started this line. The male was a WC Polk County Corn, that somewhat reminded me of an Okeetee Corn except it had washed out colors. He had fairly large saddles, larger than any other Corn I had found in this area before, so I got the idea to breed him to my female Abbott Okeetee. Below are some pics of the offspring from this pair.