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    I am looking at buying a lemon pastel baby girl. I currently have a normal male. By chance does anyone have an idea of what the outcome would be?
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    Lemon Pastel X Normal=??????

    Go to this link, and just replace albino with lemon pastel

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    Thanks, looks like you had same question....
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    Nope...doesn't quite work that way. Pastel is a dominant trait, while albinoism is a recessive. I don't know much about the "lemon" part...but if you mate a Pastel with a normal, you'll get, on average 1/2 of your clutch as pastels and 1/2 as normals.
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    well there you go
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    But thanks for the vote of confidence anyway. It only applies to recessive traits tho. If you ever see anyone offering a "het pastel" or "het spider" RUN, RUN AWAY!
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    Or a het mojave while we're on it...You'd be suprised how many scammers there are out there....Oh, and here is a link to all the traits that are recessive and the ones that are dom/co-dom as we know them to be right now:

    Recessive: http://www.newenglandreptile.com/gen...recessive.html
    Double recessive: http://www.newenglandreptile.com/gen...recessive.html
    dominant/co-dominate: http://www.newenglandreptile.com/genetics_codom.html

    Just scroll down on those pages and you'll find the "list". It's nice, because they also explain how those genes work.

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    Good point and good links!
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    Definitely good links. Can we add those to the "Links" on the homepage?

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