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Roachey56
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 Hello....

Hey everyone. THis forum is for learning about/helping people for information on genetics and morphs.



05/02/04  10:07am

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Blue eyes
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  Message To: Roachey56   In reference to Message Id: 68471


 Hello....

Hello! I hope people come in here!



05/03/04  11:58pm

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Lex
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  Message To: Blue   In reference to Message Id: 69168


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hey
a jungle & a normal- they mate.. what are the chances of the off spring being jungle?? would they be mixed?? or all normal?



05/04/04  4:30pm

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Roachey56
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  Message To: Lex   In reference to Message Id: 69346


 Hello....

it really depends. Some strains of jungle are line bred (multiple genes) and some are dominant. Most of the pet store jungles i believe are dominant. SO if it bred with a normal you would either make jungles and normals or all jungles if it is a dominant jungle. BUt if it is line bred, then it will create more normals than jungles/abberants. Do you know if it is a jungle or is it abberant?



05/04/04  5:43pm

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HAHA just what I like...



05/06/04  10:34am

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  Message To: John   In reference to Message Id: 70066


 Hello....

Lex, Jungle corns are hybrid crosses of cal king and corns.
they are not morphs and have nothing to do with genetics.
if you cross a cal king with a corn its what they call a jungle.
if you cross any of the offspring to each other or any other corn or cal king they will still and always will be hybrids. this is a intergenus cross.
and has nothing to do with genetic mutations.
there are NO mutated genes involved in jungle corns.



05/06/04  2:16pm

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Roachey56
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  Message To: Adamanteus   In reference to Message Id: 70106


 She/he was talking about.....

jungle leopard geckos. Not jungle corns.



05/06/04  6:05pm

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 She/he was talking about.....

lol, oops



05/06/04  9:54pm

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Roachey56
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  Message To: Adamanteus   In reference to Message Id: 70325


 She/he was talking about.....

we all do it.



05/07/04  6:18am

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  Message To: Roachey56   In reference to Message Id: 70416


 She/he was talking about.....

Normal is a dominant gene, so chances are you’d get mostly normals. However, I’m not saying you won’t get a few jungles as well.



08/16/04  11:27pm


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