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RE: breeding champagnes

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Posted by: bdhazard at Sat Jan 4 08:49:08 2014  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by bdhazard ]  
   

Since the Champagne morph is co-dominant, I'd recommend finding a dominant morph that way you know for sure you will have a multi-gene Champagne. It sucks with the Champagnes being co-dominant because you more than likely can now only make 2 gene morphs- not to take anything away from 2 gene morphs or the Champagne line because they are still high $ snakes- but if you had a different co-dominant morph you could breed it to another one let's say that is the same co-dominant gene but with another dominant visible and get great strong genetics, healthy snakes, and retain their high $ value. Personally I like the Champagne morphs with recessive genes like the Orange Ghost/Champagne combo.


   

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