Tequila Sunrise

First Produced By: Sean Niland

Aliases: TS

Issues: N/A

First Produced In: 2000s

Availability: Rarest

Last Updated: 2021-12-07

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Tequila Sunrise is a polygenic trait founded by Sean Niland in the early 2000s.

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The original Tequila Sunrise was purchased from a pet store in Colorado by Sean Niland. Tequila Sunrise is a line bred morph, derived from hybrid ancestry (ultra). The name Tequila Sunrise comprises several different morphs, including ultramel anery, anery, snow, and ghost.

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The head pattern of a Tequila Sunrise is generally the same as a normal corn. However, as the snake matures, the head will feature large amounts of yellow coming up over the nose and sides of the face and neck. On some examples, the entire head will be lemon yellow.


The body of a Tequila Sunrise corn features excessive amounts of ‘frosting’ in the saddles - white sections where normally there would be solid color. They also typically have a lot of yellow coming up the sides, some of it actually creeping up into the pattern on the back. The yellow is most intense at the head end of the snake and fades out as it moves away from the head. Tequila Sunrise also often features some pink coloration, mostly apparent on Tequila Sunrise snows. Some can also have orange along the sides of the neck.


The belly of a Tequila Sunrise follows typical corn snake patterning, with the checkers generally matching the saddle color of the snake.


The tail of the Tequila Sunrise corn snake follows the same patterning as the rest of the body.

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