I really should show this girl off more as she is a unique one
Yes she is so gorgeous!
That little line from her handstamp to the start of her neck looks like a sword which is cool af!
Definitely a boring, dead morph. You definitely don’t want to keep her. Definitely send her my way so you don’t have to look at it anymore.
Wait a second, you mean g-stripe doesn’t overpower everything?
G-stripes are a freaking killer recessive to have. That acid totally changed up everything! Looks wicked! I am still working on another “boring” g-stripe morph. The enhancer, g-stripe and other traits. Nothing but hets so far…
I can’t get enough of the GStripe. Love mine and soon going to be breeding. Not sure what way to go, but definitely want to see what happens.
I actually picked up a cinny hypo pos het stripe female earlier this year for my Mojave hypo group.
Eventually I want to see if she proves out. Unless of course the testing gets released first. Cause then I can just focus on hypo until I get the results.
I know they can be really hit or miss regardless, but I don’t believe stripe has any markers, correct? Mostly for curiosity’s sake.
No for sure markers I am aware of. Some people say the dorsal is brighter in definite hets., but I haven’t noticed anything for sure. Some of my het. G stripes are very weird patterned though, so much so they look/or are dinker type stuff. Stuff like split neck stripes odd head spots, weird pattern, flames. Don’t know if that is a good indicator or not. Here are some of my weird het pics.
I f they are choosing the super stripe complex instead I’m with them much more variety same sort of look, IMO of course
I love my g-stripe girl definitely one of the most beautiful morphs to throw in there. My mom is obsessed with them she really wants an axanthic g-stripe so thats what I have to look forward to try and produce when I start my breeding journey
Super pastel butter g-stripe
Nothing I would consider legitimately a marker
Somebody help me out… what is the “g” for?
Really?? Good grief, Charlie Brown!
Cant beat a genetic stripe high contrast albino for my eye.
Reminds me of a good Butter Stripe corn snake. (I’ve got a couple of those. )
Seems odd to me that there’s a “g-” designation meaning “genetic.” I mean, how did that happen? Are there huge numbers of non-genetic stripes out there? Why don’t we designate all the other genetic variations with a g-prefix? Aarrrgh…
Not sure what role this may play in it, and I’m not sure the order of which was discovered first. But there is a tristripe out there for ball pythons, so maybe they just chose to go with g-stripe, to give it more of a different name than just “stripe”