There are two naturally occurring color phases of the Honduran milksnake: tricolored and tangerine. Both are heavily banded, deep red snakes ringed with triads of wide black bands enclosing an off-white or yellow to deep orange band. Most specimens exhibit heavy black tipping on each scale, darkening the overall appearance. 
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Where individuals display banding around their face, this will be orange rather than white.
The usual white banding of a Milk Snake is replaced with yellow to deep orange bands, with extremely little or no plain white found throughout the entire animals body.
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