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 Morphs

Which traits are rescive and dominate? What happens when you cross for example a tri color and an albino? I can’t find any thing on genetics for them and I am looking to breed them soon.



12/10/09  06:18pm

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  Message To: Bearded_dragon_0   In reference to Message Id: 2103404


 Morphs

Proven recessive morphs in Hogs are Albinos, Hypos, Toffee bellies, and Axanthic... The only proven co-dominant morph is the anaconda hog... The super form to the anaconda is a patternless hog called the superconda...

What you are talking about with breeding albino western hogs to tricolors is not possible because they are different species that do not cross breed... Tricolors are their own species, not a hognose morph...



12/13/09  10:08pm

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  Message To: GMM   In reference to Message Id: 2104632


 Morphs

Thanks. I couldn’t find any info on the morphs or anyting like that.



12/16/09  04:53pm


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