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Old 9th November 2005   #61
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Probably while maturing. i don't think its really noticeable in the embryo stage.



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Old 10th November 2005   #62
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In the egg, you can tell the difference between the white ones and the dark ones. I know melanoids don't become obviously melanoid (at least to me) until the've gotten their legs. But the difference between white, brown, and gold should be obvious in the egg.



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Old 10th November 2005   #63
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I think piebalds come out of leucistic lines. Leucistics start out with pigment but lose it as they develop. It seems the piebalds lose some of the pigment. I talked to a guy that claimed to have some piebalds out of a leucistic line. They never materialized. I have some blotchy looking melanoids that are related to some of my leucistics. I've got a top secret project working on seeing if I can have some piebalds pop up.



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ooooh top secret.... you working for the CIA? Click the image to open in full size. Good Luck with the piebald search.



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Old 12th November 2005   #65
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Awsome,tell us how that secret project pans out...



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Old 12th November 2005   #66
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I don't think he can tell us. He saida its top secret.



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Old 13th November 2005   #67
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True,well I didnt mean the details,just if it works.



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I'll take some pictures over the Thanksgiving holiday and show the secret project,



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