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RE: How is green inherited in ATB's?

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Posted by: mzillig at Fri Nov 18 18:06:05 2011  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by mzillig ]  
   

After re-reading your post, I realized that when you said "Green", you might have been expecting lime green, like a GTP or ETB. When I said that I had "a pair that are pretty green", I did not mean to imply that either would ever be mistaken for an ETB. My females green is the shade of green you would expect to see on a green anaconda. My male is a shade of green you would expect to see if you opened a jar of green olives (minus the pimentos). Not lime green, but green non-the-less. I hope didn't mislead you.

That baby in the link, however, is as close to chondro/emerald green as I've seen for an ATB.


   

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