Albino Eastern Garter
We currently have multiple albino strains in our collection. These are all unrelated lineages and, to our knowledge, none are compatible with one another.
We acquired a small group of double hets (albino x melanistic crosses) from Kyle Schuett. Albinos, hets and possible hets are expected to be available in 2005. These double hets produced the first snow eastern in 2004.
This strain originated in Florida and is one of the more robust albino bloodlines in the collection. Currently working with an adult trio in 2011, we expect to have a decent quantity in 2012.
Kenton County, KY Albino Eastern
Unfortunately this snake has passed away so this bloodline is no longer available.
New York Paradox Albino
Acquired in 2007, this snake was acquired at a show in New York and is believed to be found in the New York area. Although difficult to see, the snake has the spots indicative of the paradox trait. In 2008 this snake was bred to a Florida erythristic and in 2011 these double hets will be bred to one another. This project has been sold off in 2011 to Jason Stoot of gartersnakeworld.com.
Midwest Albino Eastern Garter
In 2009, 2 albinos were found within a few months of each other at the same location in Western Michigan. One was an adult male, the other a small
adult female. In 2010 we will be breeding the albino male to the albino, (original) Myrtle Beach erythtristic and a normal female. This bloodline is no longer available.