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RE: In theory...

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Posted by: adognamedjack at Fri Jun 28 02:03:18 2013  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by adognamedjack ]  
   

right thats how it squares out, and i figured a double homozygous snake of two genes that have a very similer but incompatible traits would mosetly look like one or the other but with a little of each. wich could be really hard to tell anyway. Jason that's crazy cool that you know that by the way. and thanks for saving me like 8- 10 yrs of trying it, just to come up with some albinos lol. im also curios if theres any photos out there. im not having any luck.... this question made me think of this one bull morph that is clearly some type of hypo and maybe multi homozygous. its a crazy multicolored beast with yellows, oranges and reds. i read on here somewhere that the guy seen them at an expo and the lady advertised it as a peanut butter and jelly bull or something like that. it kinda looks like hypo with some albino colors and black eyes. another guy had some listed on here not too long ago as hypos and the picture of the clutch had awesome variation, some of the babies really looked albino too! couldnt find any data on where it comes from or what morphs where in there? hope you guys know the type im talkin about? i will try to find a link to a pic..... does anyone know somebody who has already tried this with stillwater and trumbower lines? is that what makes a pb and j?


   

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