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Posted by Scott Wright on November 12, 2002 at 12:54:59:

In Reply to: 50/50 morphs posted by Katt on November 12, 2002 at 02:56:24:

I agree, a lot of the best looking jungle corns are 75 corn/25 king. But at the same time lot of these look too much like corns as well. I believe the nicest ones will come from a 50/50 to a 75/25. That would make them 62.5/37.5, or 5/8 corn and 3/8 king.

There has been a lot of talk about jungles being infertile, and I think we've proved that to be false. However, I have seen a lot of unsuccessful (as well as a few successful) breedings and low hatch rates from breeding 50/50 to 50/50. But the same animals reproduce well with 75/25's or a pure parent species. Kind of strange! I've seen a few theories as to why this is, but I don't think anyone knows the reason for this yet.

Here are a couple of 50/50's that I'd say are morphs. A striped male and a "blaze phase" female:




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