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Posted by vidusa on May 12, 2003 at 09:38:51:
In Reply to: Not a Cumberland posted by foxturtle on May 11, 2003 at 15:06:43:
It's more complicated than that having worked with all three. Cumberlands tend to have broder stripes on the head, and with age, tend to get darker than RES. A RESxYellowbellied can look like a cumberland (by chance). Genetically, its traits are not stable. Mated with another cross, you could have a RES, Yellowbelied, cumberland, or something wierd. Cumberland with a cumberland produces cumberland because of the stablility in its genetic heritage. I would content that it is a hypbrid as its stripe has a redish tent, most cumberland stripes are yellow, or yellow-green.
:A cumberland slider looks like a red-ear with yellow or really yellowish orange instead. This one is definitely a YellowbellyXRES