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Posted by Tenor Goddess on May 09, 2003 at 14:53:09:

In Reply to: QUESTION ABOUT BREEDING DWARFS, 100% HET FOR ALBINO? posted by MikeWilbanks on May 08, 2003 at 19:23:38:

That is the prettiest baby! You have such amazing animals *le happy sigh*.

Amanda & the Menagerie

:Female Dwarfs can breed and produce at 8-10ft, males 6-8ft. Males will regularly breed at 18mos, females need to be older like 2 1/2yrs. Het. to Het will produce 25% Albinos and all the rest of the normal looking babies will be 66% poss hets. Besides being smaller, the dwarf Albinos are some of the most beautiful of the Albino Retics. This is a picture of my Lavender Eyed Dwarf Albino. Hope this helps.

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