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RE: Morph ID-Please help!

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Posted by: FR at Sun Jun 21 10:26:54 2015  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by FR ]  
   

Percentages are over large numbers, not small. If you repeated the same animals, dozens of times, you would see a percentage that better represents the "predictions"
ALso, not a real hog morph guy, maybe Gregg could offer a better answer, but "captive" hogs these days, are not pure this or that. They are more about combinations of many local genotypes. I know folks who received tigers, spotteds, like your, and condas, from NORMAL CHEAPIES they got at the herp show. I would think its rare for breeders to breed for pure normal. So most normals you get now a days, are carriers for all manner of morphs. You know the possible het thing. Can't sell them all as "possible" hets. So they offer(dump) them as normals. They is not all breeders, but its a lot. Best wishes


   

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