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    Re: Not sure exactly what I have.

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    Re: Not sure exactly what I have.

    Quote Originally Posted by jmcrook View Post
    No, it would not
    is it because the morphs are comparable or complimentary as opposed to our previous Kahl/T+ Albino discussion?
    het for nothing but groovy

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    Re: Not sure exactly what I have.

    Quote Originally Posted by YungRasputin View Post
    is it because the morphs are comparable or complimentary as opposed to our previous Kahl/T+ Albino discussion?
    I'm not trying to hijack the OP's thread so keeping this short and sweet. The animal is listed as 100% het albino. It is not guaranteed het for anything else. Add the numbers up and you'll understand why it can't be double or triple het. Time for you to do some research into Mendelian genetics and work through some punnett squares.

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    Re: Not sure exactly what I have.

    Quote Originally Posted by jmcrook View Post
    I'm not trying to hijack the OP's thread so keeping this short and sweet. The animal is listed as 100% het albino. It is not guaranteed het for anything else. Add the numbers up and you'll understand why it can't be double or triple het. Time for you to do some research into Mendelian genetics and work through some punnett squares.
    i didnít mean to offend - i was just curious and seeing the OP being seemingly satisfied in the previous responses, just thought to ask and didnít think it would be a grave imposition - thank you for your input
    het for nothing but groovy

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