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Posted by: hermanbronsgeest at Thu Sep 4 04:46:58 2014  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by hermanbronsgeest ]  
   

"You then pomposity claim you pretty much own the "tiger" lineage because, why? KJ started the tigers and super reds, not you. And unless you've spoken with him or his associates who kept this line going with regard to proving something out, you shouldn't be so quick to lay claim to anything. Do some research first."

I never claimed owning THE (as in, the one and only) "Tiger" lineage. First the KJUN "Tiger" came along, and now there's another one (mine). It's proven (by me) as a single recessive inheritable trait. I really don't see how this can be so complicated, as I elaborated on this already, several times actually. So please, do some reading first.

"You said yourself that "for a while I thought my line of tigers as probably being the same thing (kjun tigers). Of course there's no way that could be true since the blotches counts didn't match up? Seriously? I had two locality specific bulls, one with a blotch count of 48 and the other 51 that produced a clutch of eleven offspring with none having a higher count than 44."

Also, my "Tiger" looks VERY different from KJUN's. Not quite so obvious in juveniles as in adults, though. Anyway, if there's issues with me using the "Tiger" tag, I'll answer to the KJUN guys, and no one else.
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