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Posted by Jeremy G on March 19, 2003 at 06:16:03:

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

How dare ya come on to a non venomous forum without my permission:-) As you well know, ive got a male which looks exactly the same:-D So, is that pine dady, bro or sis of mine?

Anyway, man the pines are looking sweet!!! Hopefully we shall find out for sure if that leusistic gene is indeed present when ever my little guy is of breeding size.

Take care bud and Ill shoot ya that email I owe,
J


: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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