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    Need help identifying hatchlings.


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    First looks like killerbee, but second one looks like just pinstripe to me.
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    Re: Need help identifying hatchlings.

    By Sterling blast do you mean super pastel x cinnamon x pinstripe? If so all hatchlings will carry pastel gene.

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    Re: Need help identifying hatchlings.

    Quote Originally Posted by mdb730 View Post
    By Sterling blast do you mean super pastel x cinnamon x pinstripe? If so all hatchlings will carry pastel gene.
    Good catch. Unless that was misidentified, I must be wrong on the pin, and it's a lemonblast.
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