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Posted by NAHerps on April 09, 2003 at 20:06:27:

can someone direct me to a good site explaining the exact genetics of the different garter morphs? The one at thamnophis doesnt work for me, and my friend says it doesnt work for him either. I tried reading the german one, but 3 weeks of 8th grade intro to german wasnt enought to get me through
bye the way, Brian Macker, recessive traits are often less common in the wild because they only are exhibited if the creature carries two recessives, while it will show a dominant trait with just one dominant. therefore, there are less redheads and blondes in the world not because they are slaughtered at an early age, but because they are recessive traits. Or, maybe they are killed. j/k.

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