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RE: breeding champagnes

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Posted by: WALL2WALLREPTILE at Sat Jan 4 14:16:05 2014  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by WALL2WALLREPTILE ]  
   

You can combine Champagnes with a lot of other things.
I think they look nice with the Enchi mutation because they tend to hold some crazy patterning. I also like them with the Leopard mutation. Again...you will notice more patterning remains.

When making multi-trait combos it is important to understand how the Champagne trait interacts with known combos. For example, when bred with a dominant trait such as pinstripe the combo is usually a patternless snake. With Champagne x pinstripe you avoid the neurological problems that you would see with a Champ X Spider. But, keep in mind that the pattern is usually lost with a pinstripe. You can choose to utilize or avoid this characteristic depending on the outcome you desire. There are still tons of combinations that have not yet been made. So there could be some interesting surprises. I like the Orange Dream Champagne. A Super Orange Dream Champagne should look really nice! Imagine that combined with an Enchi-Leopard! There are lots of fun routes to take. Just do continue doing your research. They look great with most recessive traits so far. Experiment. Have fun! I wish you the best.

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