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RE: Morph or Wild-type?

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Posted by: bluerosy at Tue Jan 13 17:49:04 2015  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by bluerosy ]  
   

Yeah that is a hypo and definetly not a wild type Florida king.

lso the striping comes along with the hypo traits as the hypo effects pattern as well. But not in the hets (normals) only when the hypo gene is visible do you get various amount of striping.
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