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Posted by Gex-anon on April 11, 2003 at 11:01:02:
In Reply to: Re: WHICH LOCAL TURNS THE BLUEST???????? posted by Julian Garcia on April 08, 2003 at 23:35:18:
I agree with Julian, if you are looking for BLUE, anyone of the breeders he mentioned would be the ones to contact.
Also, babies from a blue mother don't necessarily mean the babies are carrying genes to turn blue. Some female chondros turn blue during pregnancy and may or may not go back to the more normal green afterwards. This form of blue is not necessarily a genetic factor and is actually a fairly common thing in reproductively active females, so be sure to ask anyone offering blue bloodline animals EXACTLY what kind of blue they are from. And as Julian said, if they can't/won't offer up pictures of the parents of the baby/babies you're looking at, it might be a good idea to consider looking elsewhere.
I don't think there is one locality-type though that will give you better odds of being solid blue than any of the others.