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Old 02-21-2018, 11:24 AM   #11
Originally Posted by richardhind1972 View Post
Thatís right on the outcome you would be much better off with the female being het for albino that way you would get an amazing mixture of , Hypo motley, motley, albino motley sunglow motley, albino,sunglow and all the non visual albino being 100% het for albino, so would be an amazing litter of boas
Iím not sure if the img bloods have been made yet , I thought Tom Burke was doing some I know he has some amazing red and sun dragons

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This is very true! I wish she was het for albino, but she is a nice enough hypo that I feel her genes would be good to work into a sunglow regardless. I don't know if she even could be a super, but she has no black rings around her tail markings at all. That, combined with her bright oranges and pastel pinks make me think she'd be a great foundation to work with since the non-black coloration seems to make the biggest difference once the albino gene is added into the mix.

I'd love to see what Tom can come up with on that. He does have some amazing animals on all fronts!
Old 02-21-2018, 11:58 AM   #12
Thatís good then you will soon know if she is super as there wonít be any normal coloured motleys all would be hypos and hypo motleys so would still be a great mix of babies, Iíve got a really nice hypo 100% het albino thatís 3 this September she hasnít got much black at all and an amazing tail, which Iím going to put her to my albino jungle so should get some decent junglows at least

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Old 02-21-2018, 12:06 PM   #13
These are my Hypo and male jungle and my male albino jungle

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Old 02-21-2018, 01:31 PM   #14
Those are a couple nice looking animals, Richard. Should make for a nice litter if everything goes well! My hypo is going into shed or I'd snap some fresh pictures of her this evening. She's been growing like a weed here lately. I measured about 7" difference in less than 2 months not too long ago. Once she comes out of shed I'll get a length on her and try to snap a couple pics to show off.
Old 02-21-2018, 01:42 PM   #15
Thanks, yes fingers crossed they will hook up ok, yes donít
Forget to post some pics when she has shed , they seem to go thru growth spurts some times donít they, except when you you want them to get upto size for breeding like ,but slow grown is much better in my opinion

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