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RE: The Future of Anerys?

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Posted by: rascal_rascal_99 at Tue Apr 23 02:42:01 2013  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by rascal_rascal_99 ]  
   

I don't agree with the whole "ugly brown" adult anery theory anyways, mine is a nice attractive burnt orange color.

As for this being the "future of anerys" I think it's cool looking and I'm all for having more and more genetics to mix and match with, that will go a long ways towards helping create a solid future in BRB's for all morphs...but it's still not a black and white adult any more than the Sharp line.

I do still wonder though and have the theory in my own mind, that the Sharp line may actually be axanthic and the Dave (Brick) line anery is actually anerythristic (or insert yours which appears to be possibly the same thing) and that combining the two lines may finally give us a black and white adult animal.

Then we also have the line of anery that Aubrey is starting to work with to throw into the mix also...one things for sure, there's definitely a lot of fun years of breeding to get this all sorted out!

Hope everyone has a great season!
Charlie


   

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