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Posted by joe clark on April 22, 2003 at 21:48:49:
In Reply to: Okaaaayyyy...3 questions... posted by Melinie on April 22, 2003 at 15:14:58:
:If he's a Charcoal, how is it that he has such lovely, soft, pastel peachy/pink tones instead of Charcoal Grey tones?
Great question. I can't really answer it until I test-breed him in the not so distant future. Maybe he's hypo? Or het for bloodred? If I had to bet on either of the two, I would say het for bloodred. Of course, that IS just a 'theory' until I breed him.
:And, could you please give a description (or pic, if you have one), of a 'Phantom'?
At the below link is three examples of a 'Phantom.'
:And what are the genetics that create Phantoms?
Phantoms are hypomelanistic charcoals. Phantoms are more commonly called 'Charcoal Ghosts.' I just prefer the name phantom myself, and tend to use it more often.;)