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Doc is an Okeetee Corn Snake
Okeetees are a "normal" phase corn snake originaly from the Okeetee Hunt Club grounds in Jasper County, South Carolina. Most Okeetees, now however, are more of a color morph as opposed to a region specific corn. They have been selectively bred to bring out the markings these corns are most noted for, their vivid dark saddles over a bright orange backround and for the wide black border around the saddles. Very beautiful snakes.
Although Doc's black borders are not quite as bold as some Okeetees he is still an excellent example of the morph.
I got Doc in September of 2002 from Don Soderberg at South Mountain Reptiles.

My Okeetee Corn: Doc

hatchling male Okeetee corn: Doc       hatchling male Okeetee corn: Doc       hatchling male Okeetee corn: Doc       hatchling male Okeetee corn: Doc

hatchling male Okeetee corn: Doc       hatchling male Okeetee: Doc       hatchling male Okeetee corn: Doc       hatchling male Okeetee corn: Doc

Doc enjoys lunch       hatchling male Okeetee corn: Doc       hatchling male Okeetee corn: Doc       hatchling male Okeetee corn: Doc

Okeetee: Doc       male Okeetee corn: Doc       male Okeetee corn: Doc       male Okeetee corn: Doc

Okeetee: Doc       male Okeetee corn: Doc       male Okeetee corn: Doc       male Okeetee corn: Doc

Okeetee: Doc       Okeetee: Doc       Okeetee: Doc       Okeetee: Doc

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