Many of the sources listed below were referenced in the creation of this guide. If you’re looking for more information on corn snakes, check these out first!
CornSnakes.com — (Forum) If you don’t participate in Facebook, this is where I recommend submitting corn snake-specific questions. It may not have the most up-to-date husbandry recommendations, depending on who’s talking (particularly regarding enclosure size, UVB, and the use of heat mats), but it’s still a decent place to go if you have a pressing question about corn snakes.
Corn Snake Owners – Worldwide — (Facebook) This group may not have the most up-to-date husbandry recommendations, depending on who’s talking (particularly regarding enclosure size, UVB, and the use of heat mats), but it’s still a decent place to go if you have a pressing question about corn snakes.
Corn Snakes: The Comprehensive Owner’s Guide by Kathy Love and Bill Love — (Book) (affiliate link) For its last publication date being 2005, this book is surprisingly impressive. For example, it recommends using enclosures larger than 20 gallons for adults, and advocates advanced keeping techniques like providing enrichment! We highly recommend adding this one to your bookshelf.
iNaturalist.org — The observations of wild corn snakes documented here can be very useful as enclosure design inspiration, as well as for educating yourself on what a healthy corn snake’s body condition should look like.
An alternative classification of the new world rat snakes (Genus Pantherophis [Reptilia: Squamata: Colubridae]) by Joseph T. Collins and Travis W. Taggart
Determinants and repeatability of the specific dynamic response of the corn snake, Pantherophis guttatus by Sarah P. Crocker-Buta and Stephen M. Secor
Effects of ultraviolet radiation on plasma 25-hydroxyvitamin D3 concentrations in corn snakes (Elaphe guttata) by Mark J. Acierno et al., 2008
Postprandial thermophily, transit rate, and digestive efficiency of juvenile cornsnakes, Pantherophis guttatus by Lynnette M. Sievert et al.
Prey-Handling Behaviors of Naïve Pantherophis guttatus by David A. Penning and Stefan Cairns
Spatial considerations for captive snakes by Clifford Warwick, Phillip Arena, and Catrina Steedman.