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    New 0.1 Pastel breeder

    Picked up another breeder sized girl for this year. She's a nice 1250g Pastel 66% Het GS.... the GS doesn't mean much to me at this point. I'm just looking to put her with my 1.0 Pied and hit some Pastel 100% Het Pied's. She just shed and her head is still a tad dry. Crappy lighting in the garage....





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    She's nice, congrats.
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    Very nice. Who knows you could get crazy lucky and pop out pastel pied gstripes a few years down the road!
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    Re: New 0.1 Pastel breeder

    Looks great! Pieds are one of my favorites, but the G Stripe ranks right up there for me! You just gotta love all of the crazy recessive morphs.

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    She looks good, congrats.
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    I like her.

    She's not as clean as my 700g male pastel but I figure she's as browned out as she's gonna get at her size..... which isn't all that bad from what I've seen. Some pastels at her size almost look like normals.

    She's looking frisky in her tub this morning. I may give her a peace offering tonight and see how she reacts.

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    She looks good! Congrats!

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