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Posted by IcedGoddess on May 01, 2003 at 12:27:09:
In Reply to: wut do ya think it is? posted by Hurley on April 30, 2003 at 18:04:44:
while i understand that reverse okeetee should have VERY noticable white borders, how much rides on "thickness" of the borders??
He was sold to me as an Okeetee and has a great orange ground color and nice REd blotches, but his black borders are thin to me...So I would expect his amel hatchlings, if there are any, would also have thin white borders. Would that mean they aren't reverse okeetee then? I'm pretty sure that his wife has some Okeetee phase in her, because even as a snow she has very definate white borders around her pink sadles, and her ground color is littered with green speckling. And I'm hoping he's het amel, so I can get some pretty reverses. If they do hatch amels, can I call them reverse okeetee's?