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Old 05-06-03, 03:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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ok now im very confused about this stuff i have a couple of question

lets say im talking about reticulated pythons

1. two albinos retic will produce ?

2. one albinos + one reg will produce ?

3. het for albinos + reg will produce ?

4. het for albinos + het for albinos will produce ?

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If the albino gene is recessive like in the corns, leos and boas the results will be:

1. Albino X Albino= 100% of the babies will be albino

2. Albino X Reg= 100% of the babies will be het albino

3. Het albino X Reg= 50% of the babies will be het albino

4. Het albino X Het albino= 25% albino babies, 25% reg babies and 50% het albino babies.


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so albino X reg will never produce even one albino ?
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nope, you'd only get 100% hets. you'd need to breed two albinos or an albino to a het to get any albinos...
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and does this apply for everything like hypo or anery or leucistic whatever the species ???
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no, depending on the species the genes can be recessive or co-dominant.
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any of you have a good website where i can learn about all this stuff ??
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This should help you out. It's pretty self explanitory, just follow the rules provided and you'll be able to get all the info you need about breeding. Good luck, I love the site!
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thx a lot

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