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This is a discussion on Purple(lavender)subadults within the Axolotl General Discussion forums, part of the Axolotls (Ambystoma mexicanum) category; They are very beautiful axies....
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|30th July 2011||#3 (permalink)|
They're gorgeous, aren't they?
Where exactly did they come from (genetically speaking, I mean)? Do you know what their parents were?
|2nd August 2011||#5 (permalink)|
They kind of look like my light olive axie minus the xanthophores.
I'm probably horribly wrong, but if 'light olive' was in fact a recessive gene different from wild-type (I'm not 100% sure from my research if it is?) then an axie expressing 'light olive" + the melanoid gene could look like this... maybe?
I am very interested in axie genetics and would love to know the genetics of your amazing colour variants, but understand completely if you wish to keep them a secret
|9th August 2011||#7 (permalink)|
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Oh wow! alot of jealousy coming your way from my direction right now! Hope that it's hereditary.
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