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Posted by boidkeeper on May 12, 2003 at 14:18:25:
In Reply to: Kindof.. posted by Shaky on May 12, 2003 at 10:44:58:
Thanks for the info. I'm also going to do the same with my anery to try and produce a nicer blacker line of anerys. It's too bad that thick black boarder was not genetic like a motley strip is genetic man would that make some nice anerys.
:from this mating, you'll get all normals (assuming that your okeetee is not het for amel)
:From crossing two of the offspring, your possibilities are normals, amels, and okeetees.
:Now, since okeetees ARE normals, the only difference will be that some seem brighter or have wider black saddle borders than others (there are no guarantees that any will be classic Okeetees), and since "reverse Okeetee" is a selectively-bred-for morph, chances are you'll have a bunch of normals and a couple regular amels.
:However, there's really no telling. With Okeetee and amel these days often being het for other stuff, there's as likely a possibility that you'll wind up with a anerys and/or snows, too.