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    Are blood boa's dominant or co dominate?

    I want to know is if I breed a salmon blood boa male to a pastel, what would I end up with?

    Blood boa X hypo =


    Thanks you all cause the wheels are spinng in my head again. lol

    Joe

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    Re: blood boa ?

    I believe its a recessive trait. Here's a link.

    Boa constrictor imperator

    Mark

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      Re: blood boa ?

      Blood boas are a recessive trait just like albino and anery

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        They are recessive. You would end up with Hypo Het for Blood and Normals Het for Blood.

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          Re: blood boa ?

          Originally posted by follow View Post
          Are blood boa's dominant or co dominate?

          I want to know is if I breed a salmon blood boa male to a pastel, what would I end up with?

          Blood boa X hypo =


          Thanks you all cause the wheels are spinng in my head again. lol

          Joe
          question has been answered I just want to know is it a hypo or a pastel your breeding it to that through me off.
          Or a pastel hypo.
          The way its wrote seems to me
          salmon blood boa x pastel =

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            Re: blood boa ?

            Originally posted by snake77 View Post
            question has been answered I just want to know is it a hypo or a pastel your breeding it to that through me off.
            Or a pastel hypo.
            The way its wrote seems to me
            salmon blood boa x pastel =
            I have a pastel now so I wanted to see what I would get which apparently it is pastel salmons het for blood, pastels het for blood and normals het for blood. The animal I am looking at is a bloody salmon by the way.

            I wanted to know if the same applied to hypos and it appears so also.

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