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RE: Frank.

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Posted by: FR at Fri Jan 16 11:30:22 2015  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by FR ]  
   

I think I confused by your use of the word combined, recessive genes do not combine, which is why it works like it does. Is "when paired" a better way to understand it. Recessive must be paired with a like gene to express. Non epistatic genes do combine with other genes. I know, its my weird way of seeing things.
Anyway, I am not here to argue about lucey morphs. To each their own. As mentioned by others, White snakes somehow impress. I think white shows better with smooth scales species, like an all white pyro. That would be killer. All black, fairly common in nature, all red, not so much, all yellow, again killer.
Again, its your absolute right to like what you like. That is the great part about keeping , keep something you like, don't keep what you don't like. Theres lots out there.


   

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