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CB O. ophryticus, T. dobrogicus, T. marmoratus

This is a discussion on CB O. ophryticus, T. dobrogicus, T. marmoratus within the FS: USA forums, part of the For Sale, Give-Away or Trade category; I will be importing the following CB 2007 animals in December 2007: Ommatotriton ophryticus (Northern Banded Newt) from Lake Abant, ...

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I will be importing the following CB 2007 animals in December 2007:

Ommatotriton ophryticus (Northern Banded Newt) from Lake Abant, Turkey This strain is particularly large. There were siblings from this spawning who were leucistic, so a undetermined percentage of the morphs I am offering will be heterzygote for that gene.....no way to determine which ones though.

Triturus dobrogicus (Danube Crested Newt) from the town of Orth on the Danube River

Triturus marmoratus (Marbled Newt) from Bilbao, Spain

All are $45 each.....and possibly a bit less in larger groups.

Overnight shipping will be $35 through USPS.

No deposit will be required, but I would like a firm commitment out of those who are interested....payment can be made in full by U.S. Money Order as soon as I have the newts in my hands and ready to ship.

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I have had several questions.....so let me make clearer.....These are all CB 2007 animals so they are not sexable.

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There were siblings from this spawning who were leucistic, so a undetermined percentage of the morphs I am offering will be heterzygote for that gene.....no way to determine which ones though.
When you say that, you are of course assuming that it's a simple homozygous recessive trait. The only way you can really know that is if you work out the ratio of the number of leucistics to normals in that one spawning. Have you done that?



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