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Re: What color phase is this S. Pine?


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Posted by BILLY on March 18, 2003 at 15:12:51:

In Reply to: What color phase is this S. Pine? posted by rhodostom on March 18, 2003 at 12:25:02:

Mkchael,

Wish I knew. Regardless, those are killer animals! Meltzer rules! I do like how light your animal in question is. Looks like it is almost leucistic itself! The other two of unknown origin are killer as well. Thanks for posting!

Billy


:I got this animal from John Meltzer a few years back. It is het for leucistic. Is it just a very light animal, or is it 'lavender' or some other color phase?

:I've had many people ask me what he is called, and I honestly don't know other than 'het for leucistic'.

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:Thanks,
:Michael

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:For kicks, here's an unknown origin male and female:
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