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- Blue Eye Green Possible Het Hypo Male (on hold)
Blue Eye Green Possible Het Hypo Male (on hold)
Feeds consistently on frozen thawed pinky mice. Color shifts between light silver to green to deeper grey. Still a baby and one of the first of his kind so will be cool to see how he colors up as he ages.
Ok so here's the genetics breakdown for this guy: Basically I bred a hypo green to a blue eye, raised those up and bred them back to each other. Walah. To be more specific...
Great grandparents were a hypo green and a blue eye made from an east london cape (hence the stripes),
So the grandparents were 50% green blood, double 100 het hypo & blue eye. They were bred to each other.
This hatchling's father is the greenest visible blue eye from that clutch. He is possibly hypo too but its hard to tell for sure and hasn't been proven out yet.
This hatchling's mother was the greenest female of that clutch. Their pairing produced a green blue eye, so mom is 100 het blue eye, but in a clutch of only 5, there were no hatchlings I could say with 100% certainty were hypo. If dad is hypo then the clutch is all 100% het hypo, if not then they still could be carrying the het from either side. So its hard to say whether not this hatchling is also hypo or 66 het hypo, but there is definitely a possibility of it. Hope it helps!