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  • sclark
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    Ruh roh...LOL.. I hate genetic questions..LOL.. I am real weak on these. Now I find with normal adults, I tend to get one that mimics the mom, one the mimics the dad and the rest are kind of a mix of the two. Now my math could be way off, Clay would be the one to give you a 100% on this. But a 100% albino het mixed with 100% albino het should produce 25% albiono, 25% het for albino and 50% normal.. But let Clay give you the %.. I am not a big fan of mixing bloodlines..

    Steve

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  • Red
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    Probley neither...
    More or less red can be line bred I think but all out one being dominate I don't think so...
    Although I am not a breeder... That is just my opion...
    Eric aka....Red
    P.s. although you will have some really nice looking babys from the hets... hehe.

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  • BadBoyJay
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    Steve would be the man to answer that one. 8)

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  • Doug
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    HI,
    I am no boa expert as far as boa's genetics I did find a neat calculator for genetic probability.
    so plug in your question and see what happens..


    [url][http://www.supersnakes.com/gwiz.htm/url]


    Doug

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  • GO1021
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    DOMINENT GENES

    I JUST JOINED YOUR SITE ,BUT HAVE BEEN READING IT FOR A WHILE GREAT SITE VERY INFORMATIVE.MY QUESTION IS I HAVE A PAIR OF 100% HETS FOR ALBINO THE MALE HAS A LOT OF RED IN HIS TAIL ,BUT THE FEMALE NOT AS MUCH.JUST WONDERING WHOSE GENES ARE DOMINENT IF ANY MALE OR FEMALE.THANKS FOR YOUR HELP.
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