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Another anerythristic-type B-?


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Posted by P-RAT on April 27, 2003 at 08:15:26:

In Reply to: Another anerythristic-type B-? posted by NZ on April 27, 2003 at 01:50:20:

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:Yup, at least that's my underestanding of it, much like a Type A Anery corn and a Type B/Charcoal. Awesome Type B Anerys you got, I hope mine turns out half as good looking as an adult...LOL. Good luck, keep us updated on those two.

:these are then considererd normals because there is the rust coloring in them,my anerys are both also het for snow but I wanted to see what would happen mated with my applegate.Would the babies be considered het for anery'snow applegate and albino.My anerys when younger had a little grayish purple tint to there sides but know are a white pearlesent and are wonderful, they get much pretter with age.I like to watch these two from the top they are cool moving around.Those are some nice ones you have,enjoy them,P-RAT

::This is my male,so if they are more white with no yellows they are called type B,Thanks P-RAT

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