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Posted by: jonellopez at Wed Oct 13 06:47:12 2010  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by jonellopez ]  
   

Hi

I picked up a pair of striped/partial striped animals from Ric Blair last year when he was selling off his collection. He said that he originally got these from Troy W. as well. I've seen Troy offer these "striped" animals a while back and did not hesitate to pick them up when they became available from Ric. My male is big enough to breed next season but the female still can use another year. Here's a pic of the partial striped male. I have not taken a pic of the female yet but she is a lot nicer with half of her body being striped and having 80% of the top of her head being red. Similar to what breeders describe as a "clown" head pattern. I'll post a pic when I get a good pic of this girl. I was also told that these are more of a line-bred trait and not a simple recessive trait so we'll see what my male can produce when bred to my unrelated high-sided and high-banded lines.
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