at Sun Jan 18 19:55:05 2015 [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by willstill ]
I have seen a few pics, and all that I have seen look pretty white. Does your friend who is working with these see variation amongst them in terms of white? I hate to keep bringing up bps, but even though the pics that were first shown off of the various leucy types were indeed white, once they got out there, most turned out to have some yellow or pearl striping and yellow blotching. Is there variation in this type or are they pure white from the get go? With bps, one can produce pure white, blue eyed leucies, from very light lesser platinums and very light mojaves (as I do), but they are in general, extremely variable. There can be great variation in even single gene, recessive morphs (your axanthics for example), but if these leucistic hogs are pure white, I guess the point is moot. I admittedly haven't seen many of them, so I don't know. Thanks.
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