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    Some White ones!

    I'm writing a article on Asf's for my web site today! I had a quick photo session before my battery died. I will be taking more pictures after my camera charges.

    I thought that I would take a break and share a few

    Odd Eyed white


    Close up


    High white Odd Eyed


    Black Eyed White


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    Pink Eyed whites

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    interesting. the second and third ones look creepy. why is it like that?

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    Re: Some White ones!

    They are called odd eyes. They are born with 2 different colored eyes. Yes, they do look a bit creepy

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    Would you like my address so you can send me those odd-eyes?

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    Re: Some White ones!

    Quote Originally Posted by koloo921 View Post
    They are called odd eyes. They are born with 2 different colored eyes. Yes, they do look a bit creepy
    Is it more of a disorder or a common issue?

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    That platinum has me by the heartstrings! Somehow, I am managing to refrain from the grabby hands, maybe because I'm at work...

    I want!!


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    Re: Some White ones!

    Quote Originally Posted by jackiechan View Post
    Is it more of a disorder or a common issue?
    It's called heterochromia.
    It's not a disorder, or a problem.

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    We got a white male with pink eyes from the DeMarco Reptiles and after a couple of generations we're starting to reproduce not only the white ones, but also these guys with the light tan color. Really cool! I would really like to get some odd eyes like yours too.





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    The yellow/cream ones are called argente. They are a simple recessive pink eyed gene.
    The are agouti (brown) with a pink eye dilution gene (p/p) and the gene causes a dilution on the coat also.

    The one in your photo also appears to be a saddle variegated.
    You can visit my website if you want to learn more about ASF genetics.

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