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RE: How is green inherited in ATB's?

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Posted by: Warren_Booth at Mon Nov 21 22:03:34 2011  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Warren_Booth ]  
   

Pick on whatever you say? Not at all. I simply am curious to see a green ATB. Having bred amazons for years I would love to see a green one more than anyone. The yellow/grey one you posted did not look green to me.
The one posted in a previous thread looked slightly green. Drab olive. Interesting snake, but not a color phase I would be too tempted to breed for.

What I would love to see is a patternless grey animal. I have seen a single specimen, and it looked incredible. Not a patch of pattern.

Warren
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Dr Warren Booth / Director USARK
North Carolina State University
Department of Entomology


   

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