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    Any genetics experts in here?

    Looking for opinions on these two.

    First one is a female I believe she's a Coral glow pastel lesser spider.

    The next one is a male. I think he is a Coral glow pastel lesser cinnamon pinstripe.

    Pairing was Coral lesser pinstripe spider x pewter.

    Then the last three bamboo's I was told two are pastel bamboo then one bamboo. I honestly can't tell the difference between the three.

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    Get a hold of GeneticsWizard. He'll tell you.

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    The problem with producing multiple genes animals is that at some point it becomes very tricky when it comes to identification, all you can do is guess (been there done that).

    That does not help but trust me that is what we all go through at a point or another so where to go from there?

    A/ Sell the animal for what know for sure is in this combo even if that means sell the animal for less.
    B/ Keep the animal and breed it to identify every genes in it.
    C/ Give it to a friend so he can figure it out (That's what I do with some of the stuff I question)

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    Re: Any genetics experts in here?

    If you’re on Facebook there are a couple really good genetics identification groups. Great resources.


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    Re: Any genetics experts in here?

    Quote Originally Posted by catalyst.genetics View Post
    If you’re on Facebook there are a couple really good genetics identification groups. Great resources.


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    Names or links?

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    Re: Any genetics experts in here?

    Quote Originally Posted by MR Snakes View Post
    Names or links?
    https://m.facebook.com/groups/185623...8908?ref=share

    https://m.facebook.com/groups/978762572313949?ref=share


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    Re: Any genetics experts in here?

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    Very nice, thanks!

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