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    Genetic question

    https://imgur.com/a/NE9mGX0
    The pairing was a banana male x black pastel spider mojave female.
    im puzzled at some of these babies and i think there is another genetic in there. Can you guys give me ideas on what each of these babies might be?
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    Need help identifying hatchling genetics

    The pairing was a black pastel spider mojave to a banana male. Some of these make me think there might be another genetic involved. Can you guys help?






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    Re: Need help identifying hatchling genetics

    Can you post pictures of the adults. It does appear there is a lightening gene at play here, especially in the Mojave.

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    Re: Need help identifying hatchling genetics

    Quote Originally Posted by rlditmars View Post
    Can you post pictures of the adults. It does appear there is a lightening gene at play here, especially in the Mojave.


    These are the parents


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