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Posted by: cka at Sun Mar 10 14:20:51 2013  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by cka ]  
   

Made ya look

Those dark butters you linked from Ian's Viv owe their coloration to years of of predecessors, not just because amel and caramel came to produce them. And the caramel you posted from Ian's is a bad example, if not wrong. Some have speculated you can see the difference in snakes het for caramel vs ones that are not; het caramels are more "yellow".

I could see yours being amel motley or mot/stripe het caramel easily. Bloodred and motley combined can suck to pick out, but it's possible also with that guy, bloodred amel mot/stripe. The hypo could be masked by the amel, so I'll go out there and say even possibly hypo fire mot/stripe. Proven out would make it pretty darn unusual corn and a heck of a mix...I just dont see it being homozygous caramel, but I do see it being het for caramel tho. We could be wrong, maybe everything else together has finally been enough of a combo to mask Caramel from expressing itself lol. Just doesn't look like one to me, but that's just my opinion on a really pretty kid from neat looking parents :*)

Chris
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