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    Sorry, those Striped Ghosts are two different clutches.

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    The female "normal" I sold did not produce any stripes from a 4 egg clutch. She was bred to a normal male 100% het for albino. Not sure what this tells us on the genetic make up of stripes.

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    Re: Harlequin Wide-Stripe

    Quote Originally Posted by Drewp View Post
    A friend of mine has a 1.1 pair of harlequin wide-stripes that he bought at the 2009 Canadian Reptile Breeders Expo (CRBE) from a breeder who attended the show from the US. They are awesome looking and I've been doing some research on them for the past couple hours... most threads end in "more breeding needs to be done."

    I found a youtube video of a harlequin wide-stripe x mojave and it was awesome looking... but haven't had much luck finding info on how clutches have turned out or if anyone has tried to prove out a line of them... an old website said something about a harlequin side-stripe when bred together but no pictures or links or anything and it hadn't been updated in a long time.

    About a month ago I picked up this 1600g virgin 2008 female... looks very similar, but his are a little darker on the sides. Either way this girl was a steal for only $150!







    Sooo anyways I'm just beating an old drum here but has anybody got these, working with them, have a picture of a super, etc? Any info on them would be much appreciated


    I got this female a couple of weeks ago and suspected that she might be a new morph i put a pic of her up here and a couple people said she looked like a Harlequin Wide stripe heres a couple pics let me know what you think! Im going to breed her to my lesser male hopefully ill get something similar to that mojave and Harlequin cross you were talking about.

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    It's possible it's a wide stripe. It's impossible to know until you breed it.

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    Re: Harlequin Wide-Stripe

    Quote Originally Posted by meeistom View Post
    It's possible it's a wide stripe. It's impossible to know until you breed it.
    Do your wide stripes have clear bellies?

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    Yes they do have clear bellies. There normal looking offspring also have clear bellies.

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    Re: Harlequin Wide-Stripe

    Quote Originally Posted by meeistom View Post
    Yes they do have clear bellies. There normal looking offspring also have clear bellies.
    This is what my males belly looks like. I don't think I have a wide stripe


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    Most likely not the line i've seen. Breed it and find out if it's a new line. You never know did you breed.

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    Re: Harlequin Wide-Stripe

    Quote Originally Posted by meeistom View Post
    Most likely not the line i've seen. Breed it and find out if it's a new line. You never know did you breed.
    Yes I did breed him. I posted a link of the results at the begining of this thread. Look at post # 8
    Last edited by chago11; 05-26-2011 at 07:43 PM.

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    They are most likely striped normals then.

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