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RE: rufescens phase stripes

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Posted by: eryx4 at Tue Aug 24 22:49:32 2010  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by eryx4 ]  
   

i have produced a number of 25% rufescens stripes. it seems like the lower the percentage of rufescens the better the striping, as well as the striping not fading as much or at all as they mature. it also seems that the better color the female has helps to improve the striping. stripe to stripe has produced thinly striped, as well as solid animals. but these were animals with a high percentage of rufescens so results may be different with lower percentage stripe to stripe breeding. i dont know if it would be considered co-dom or what, but it seems to average out that a stripe bred to anything results in about half the litter being striped. although i have noticed that when i breed a stripe to morph my litters of hets are mostly if not all striped. tiger to tiger or normal seems to only produce tiger and normnals, so it would seem that one parent must be striped, no matter what the percentage of rufescens, for stripe offspring to be produced. thanks, scott erycine1@aol.com









   

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