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    Re: Blacklight on a BEL to see what its hiding?

    Quote Originally Posted by Aziara View Post
    I suppose the reason I came to the idea that SuperFire would be mostly white...
    My comment was directed to Ruf, hence why I quoted him

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    Re: Blacklight on a BEL to see what its hiding?

    A stark white lucy is on my list of goals also. I have a great looking superfly male but I'll be looking for a brite/lucifer/sauce/lemonback to pair with him. From my reading on the subject those produce the best BlkELs, while most "standard" fires in super form have some tan spots. I also have a mojave x butter that I'll be pairing up eventually to get a BluEL. I really like what Albey started doing with the Sauce and Hot Sauce snakes but they don't seem very available, and the Lucifers and Lemonbacks are pretty rare as well, mostly coming from NERD in combination with other genes.

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