Bantam Corns: Possible New Mutation

Looks like they are all still thriving! I’m assuming @solarserpents Olivia’s little Bantam baby is still thriving as well……

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Yeah, rumor has it that that snake’s in blue. So hopefully we’ll see her soon. :slight_smile:

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Hmmmmm. Gotta luv those rumors! :sunglasses:

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Yes, she’s doing great and is in blue currently. I will get some updated pics of her after she sheds and add them to this thread.

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Great! And btw Daikon and Little Dot are eating hoppers now. But Turnip still prefers fuzzies……

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Wow! They have grown so much!

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Freshly shed Bantam Sunkissed het Caramel Shatter female (50g) and Bantam Honey het Shatter male (84g):









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I see on a few of the Bantam pictures that their bodies are chunky right up to the vent before tapering off. I’m not very knowlegable on this, is this a corn thing, related to the Bantam mutation, or maybe they were ready to poop on ya? :joy:

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They’re so thick, I want one so badly :joy:

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I think the Bantam look exaggerates what is already a corn feature. :slight_smile: Their heads and tails are normally proportioned. It’s what’s between that is super-stocky.

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Gotcha thanks! I didn’t know enough about normal corn booties to know it was an exaggerated one, ha! :joy:

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Hopefully it’s hereditary and I can make more. They feel like weightlifter corns. Very solid and strong.

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:joy: You must have missed the Bantam debut! @deanaii that was interesting wasn’t it?…….

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@caron : I spend more time than I should looking at snake butts. :smiley:

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Yup! A whole lotta fun! :ok_hand::joy:

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Dulcie and Agatha are like twins. Sixth and seventh in the hatch order. Bantam Caramels het Shatter. Both are 60g.





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