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Posted by meretseger on April 09, 2003 at 04:22:01:
In Reply to: pricing question... posted by PlopFlop on April 08, 2003 at 14:20:39:
Ok... number one-
It's a lot easier to cross two subspecies than it is to cross two species. Carpondros are much rarer than either jungles, greens, or junglexdiamonds, therefore they are more expensive.
When you cross an albino to an anery, you get hets. Then you have to breed the hets together, only one out of 16 of the babies will be a snow. As you can see, snows are a LOT of work to produce, therefore they are rarer and more expensive. The price should start dropping as more snows are produced.