Message To: Kevz In reference to Message Id: 288332
Depending on the genetic makeup of the normal (whether it is homozygous for the color gene or heterozygous) the young will either by all Normal color, or half normal color and half something else (snow or other color morph depending on the Normal parent).
A snow and an amel will probably all yield amels in the first breeding.
Not knowing the parentage of the adult snakes (i.e., what the color of the parents parents were and what the siblings looked like), it is very difficult to predict the results of any mating. If you are serious about breeding, you have to research the genetic background and parentage of your snakes. And you have to keep records of any matings and the results of those matings.