at Fri Jul 26 02:34:48 2013 [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by jonellopez ]
First off Congratulations on the animals you produced this season. It very fun to get these surprises with breeding multi-het animals and some animals look more amazing than what we could have imagined. As Tim (Rainshadow) mentioned I have produced hypo (stillwater gene) white-sided animals from my collection 2 years ago. I actually posted them in this forum back then but looking back at the archives it seems like there's a gap on the timeline of about a year and could not find my original post. I produced 3 females that season (all pictured below) and I was also surprised that the stillwater hypo gene produces animals with ruby eyes. They are amazing looking animals to say the least with lavender and chocolate colors as well. The animals below were a result of breeding my Axanthic White-sided Speckled poss het Albino male bred to a pure F2 Stillwater Hypo female. Those produced quad hets (and so i thought) that produced these Hypo White-sided animals. I kept another male Axanthic White-sided Speckled poss het hypo (stillwater gene) a season before that I proved to be a het for albino after breeding to what I thought was quad hets until this season. This season I proved that my quad hets were quin hets for speckled, white-sided, axanthic, albino, and hypo (stillwater gene). I hoping to see what other morph combos come out these animals as I have 2 more clutches incubating for 2013. This is so much fun and exciting!
Jonel M. Lopez
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