MBK t+ question

Hello, so i’ll keep this short and sweet. I’m considering getting a pair of T+ Mbk sometime this year[or just a pair of mbk in general, stunning snakes they are] and am wondering if the T+ mbk morph is a recessive or inc/dominant morph?

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Generally T+ refers to a strain of albino if I’m not mistaken (at least with most snakes?), and I believe albinism is always recessive.
However names for things vary between species and I’m not a kingsnake expert at all, so maybe someone can pop in with a more concrete answer for you!

Oh yeah, I definitely figure it’s recessive, but you can never be too cautious when getting into a new gene that isn’t super common.

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The T+ MBKs are a recessive mutation