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Posted by Marcel Poots on April 25, 2003 at 10:04:35:
In Reply to: P.S. ? posted by h0mersimps0n on April 25, 2003 at 09:45:53:
In the university of Utrecht (here in Holland) they have tested with inbreeding. Not untill 10th generation inbreeding caused physicall problems. I would say it will not hurt to breed sibling to get an awesome morph. But if you have the chance breed to other bloodlines.
To answer your previous question. People have succeeded in breeding Stiped Candy canes so I think it will be possible to breed Striped Miami's. Since Miami is a color morph and striped a pattern morph I think you can produce corns het for stripe and het cor Miami. I am not sure since Miami's are no true moprh but locatity. I think 'technically' you can't produce Miami hets but in real life you will get Miami stripes if you try. The real experts might give you a way better answer.
:The Corn Snake Manual never mentions anything about inbreeding. Do snake genetics handle inbreeding or will I just get snakes with 4 heads and wierd sick crap?
::What would I have to breed to get a striped miami... in my book that would be the ultimate trait.
::striped gene and miami gene are different alleles right? so I'd need to breed two homozygous miami carrying a striped gene. but how would I get het striped miami and not lose the color...
::hmm maybe if I set the eggs next to the microwave... lol
:::How about a combo?
:::I think this year we will see some very rare combo's like:
:::-Bloodred Motley (and even more rare when Amel)
:::-Miami striped (could be very interesting ;-)
:::Some of these have been produced but still are quite rare