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    Dinker clutch!

    First clutch of the year is out for us! Nothing super exciting morph wise, but it IS a dinker clutch. This clutch comes from a wild caught female bred back to her son who had an odd look to him as a hatchling.



    And this is the unlucky neonate who died in the egg sometime before absorbing any yolk...



    This pairing from 2008 was my first clutch with her. The male was a het pied.



    Resulted in this clutch:



    The photo isn't all that great, and it was taken after their first shed, but the two 'different' looking ones were the female in the upper left, and the male in the lower right. They had a cleaner/brighter look to them.

    This year, I bred her back to the male that I held back from the 2008 clutch...




    Things seem to be following the expected ratios for some sort of co-dom gene, but it very well could just be a coincidence or case of me seeing what I hope to see.

    So the question is, what do YOU see?

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    I see some wild patterns but I don't think there is anything there but some really cool looking normals. In the first pic, the middle bottom has a nice reduced pattern but my favorite is the bottom right one, that pattern is awesome!!!

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    Re: Dinker clutch!

    they're all super cute but my fave is in the 2nd group shot, the one at the top right with the white blotchy lookin' spots.

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    The middle in the top photo had some neat looking spots along its back but they all jsut look like normals.
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    How are the two "different" looking to you then regualr normals? THey just look like regs to me.
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    When I said "the photo isn't all that great" I really meant it was a horrible picture. That was when I had first started messing with cameras and didn't really have things down. On top of that, I didn't take a proper clutch picture and those are actually individual photos pasted together so it doesn't really show much difference in them. In person they just have a cleaner and brighter look to them. With all the crazy stuff popping out of extremely subtle stuff these days I figured it can't hurt to see what happens!

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    They all look normal but congrats on healthy hatchlings except for the one
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    very interesting clutch!
    0.1 Normal (Sookie)
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    I love the two on the bottom right!

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