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Hybino: misnomer or worse?


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Posted by BobWhite on April 28, 2003 at 08:54:59:

In Reply to: Hybino: misnomer or worse? posted by KJUN on April 25, 2003 at 08:01:28:

KJ,

Good post. However, I would like to get some sort of opinion, feeling or whatever on just what is influencing this trait or where it's coming from. Even though I really don't like the term "hybino", it seems to be an accurate "description" of this color phase that seems to crop up from out of the blue. Posted below are two siblings from the same parents ( albino h/blizz. x aneryheristic h/blizz.) but from clutches that were a year apart. Thanks.

'nuff said,

Bob


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