Pairing was a ultramel tessera het anery possible het diffused to a what I thought was single gene diffused het anery but now I think is a super masque. A few other identification needed babies are also below from different clutches but more info will be put with the photos. Thank you in advance to anybody who helps out🙂
Next two are thought to be just masque
Anery Tessera Masque- the favorite
Two more possible masques
Masque then tessera Masque
Normal albino? Dad was thought to be a red factor.
Pile of reverse okeetees just because
Your IDs look correct to me. That stripe might be red factor though. The amel doesn’t really look red factor, but sometimes it’s more clear after a few sheds.
Thank you and you don’t see any diffused in any of these baby’s?
Nope, diffused would eliminate those belly checkers completely.
I agree with your IDs, and with @solarserpents ’ comments in Red Factor. A key to IDing Red Factor is what’s happening with the ground color. There are many lovely Amels who have bright red saddles but no Red Factor. The Amel baby you posted is currently what I would consider a nice Candy Cane.
I would caution, for anyone who may be looking at this thread and learning ID skills, Tessera is notoriously inconsistent regarding belly checkers. Tesseras can have anything from none to scattered to split to practically solid checkers. I don’t know if anyone has sussed out just why. With unknown parentage, take bellies with a grain of salt when trying to ID other genes present. In this case, you know your snakes’ parentage which is fine.