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Old 06-30-2020, 04:32 PM   #41
MysticExotics
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#6 (LZ) Motely tessera Miami X Banded Miami

So turns out the dame was het for motely and the sire was infact motley tessera.

I can't wait to see what that banded motley looks like after a few sheds.

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OMG beautiful!
 
Old 07-01-2020, 08:21 PM   #42
67temp
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OMG beautiful!
Thank you!

This one is probably going to be hanging around here.

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Old 07-01-2020, 11:32 PM   #43
hypnoctopus
Really lovely. Definitely going to be a pretty adult.
 
Old 07-13-2020, 10:19 AM   #44
67temp
Season Recap

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This past year I was hoping for a few things to prove out and I got exactly the holdbacks I wanted. Time to start planning my pairings for next year. So far I have these, but things may change. I'm really hoping for a Honey Maimi Tessera from clutch #2, and a Miami okeetee from #3.

#1 (HC) Honey bloodred Miami het cinder 66% ph amel X honey het bloodred, 66%ph amel 50% ph cinder

#2 (HO) Honey bloodred Miami het cinder 66% ph amel X Honey Tessera ph amel, stripe

#3 (LB) Extreme Okeetee X Caramel Miami het cinder, sunkissed 66%ph amel bloodred

#4 (RL) Amel X Amel

#5 (SG) Bloodred Miami 66%ph motely 50%ph amel X Miami het candycane

#6 (LZ) Motely tessera Miami X Banded Miami

#7 (ZA) Anery het amel X ultramel anery motely

#8 (CP) ghost het charcoal X pewter het hypo stripe

#9 (BV) 50/50 cal king het hypo X high white striped cal king

#10 (ZS) anery het amel X specter
Almost everything is out of the egg now, so time for a breeding season recap. Of the 10 pairings I had 15 first time breeders. All the corns I can say were properly sexed. I did have some inducbation issues and lost maybe 30 babies.

#1 (HC) Honey bloodred Miami het cinder 66% ph amel X honey het bloodred, 66%ph amel 50% ph cinder

The sire was proven het for cinder. with no visible shatters in this clutch I will say the female is not het cinder. The sire has now been paired with 3 females who were all ph amel. No amels were visible so he probably isn't het amel.


#2 (HO) Honey bloodred Miami het cinder 66% ph amel X Honey Tessera ph amel, stripe

Nothing very interesting in this clutch just honey and honey tesseras


#3 (LB) Extreme Okeetee X Caramel Miami het cinder, sunkissed 66%ph amel bloodred

No hidden hets revealed. Okeetee seems to dominate over miami


#4 (RL) Amel X Amel

Both parents revealed they were het motley


#5 (SG) Bloodred Miami 66%ph motely 50%ph amel X Miami het candycane

Full clutch of normal Miamis. Male probably isn't het for amel. Female was suspected for PH motley but that could not be determined.


#6 (LZ) Motely tessera Miami X Banded Miami

Female was actually het motley and male proved he was a motley Tessera. A nice variety in the clutch


#7 (ZA) Anery het amel X ultramel anery motely

A small clutch of anerys, ultramel anerys, and snows exactly as I was expecting


#8 (CP) ghost het charcoal X pewter het hypo stripe

I was expecting mostly normals from this clutch with maybe a few hypos, charcoals or phantoms if I was lucky. The pewter turned out to be a visual hypo. I ended up with 6 hypos and 9 phantoms.


#9 (BV) 50/50 cal king het hypo X high white striped cal king

She tried to eat him multiple times.


#10 (ZS) anery het amel X specter

This should have been a clutch of anerys with maybe some specter influences. Somehow I got snows in the mix, meaning the dame is het for amel.
 
Old 07-13-2020, 10:29 AM   #45
67temp
I also had a 2 headed snake in clutch 10 but it failed to get out of the egg.
 
Old 07-13-2020, 12:00 PM   #46
Shiari
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I also had a 2 headed snake in clutch 10 but it failed to get out of the egg.
You should find someone who can diaphonize that baby for you. It would be pretty neat looking.
 
Old 07-13-2020, 12:21 PM   #47
67temp
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You should find someone who can diaphonize that baby for you. It would be pretty neat looking.
I hadn't really seen that process before but it's kind of cool. I was thinking at least make it a wet specimen.
 

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