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My Albino Nuclear Project

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Posted by: Roy Stockwell at Tue Nov 3 03:27:38 2009  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Roy Stockwell ]  
   

My second albino Nuclear and striped sibling.. This has been a long term project to improve the orange coloration on Amel EASB's. Many albino kenyans on the market are faded and not very pretty... Years back I bred a Nuclear to a Bell Albino.. This produced hets with Nuclear traits as well as albino gene.. Those hets are now starting to produce some bright orange albinos... "Nuclear albinos"... I have only produced 2 so far.. One last year and this one.



From this small litter.. seen here in water to allow them to drink and help with their first shed.. There is no doubt, the high orange from the Nuclear has been passed to the albino.. both last years and this one are very bright orange


It looks a bit crinkly here because it has been in water.. Its a small baby but hopefully it will kick in.

Here's last years first albino Nuclear photographed next to this years newborn.. I don't think they could possibly get more ORANGE than this :D
These are both females.. So now, I hope for a male so I can produce entire litters of Nuclear albinos. I have one more gravid het female to drop, so you never know, I just could get a male this year.




   

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