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    Default One of our 2010 Breeding Groups

    1.0 Tangerine H. Raptor
    0.1 Snake Eye Raptor
    0.1 Mack Snow
    0.1 Bell Albino Tangerine

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    Those guys have gotten so big
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    They are all gorgeous!!
    You guys are making me miss being addicted to leos

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    Thanks and sorry bout that :P

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    They are all gorgeous!!
    You guys are making me miss being addicted to leos
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    Very nice group! I look forward to seeing what you get!
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    why would go put a het raptor male in with a Bell tangerine? You should never mix albino strains, Bell and Tremper in this case. This will to all sorts of genetical confusion, and is STRONGLY frowned upon by most, if not all breeders. I strongly sugggest that you dont include the Bell female in that group.
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    Not sure what you on about dude...
    If we all went by that premise, half the morphs would not exist, I have been breeding leopards for almost 9 years, and have never heard of the community frowning upon any leopard gecko pairings, while I appreciate your opinion, and it's just that "Your opinion" I'm not sure I understand or appreciate where your coming from.

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    why would go put a het raptor male in with a Bell tangerine? You should never mix albino strains, Bell and Tremper in this case. This will to all sorts of genetical confusion, and is STRONGLY frowned upon by most, if not all breeders. I strongly sugggest that you dont include the Bell female in that group.
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    Mixing albino strains just lead to confusion. Year one you will get hatchlings that are tangs. 50% het raptor (tremper albino) and 100% Bell albino. This means that some of the half the offspring will be both het Tremper and Bell. Now if you were to breed two doubl het (Bell and Tremper) geckos together, you are not going to be able to prove what strain of albino the hatchlings are, as they could be one or the other, or even both. With a small amount of research you can find all of this information to be true. I can't stop you from breeding them, or selling them, but if you do I advise you to do the reponcible thing and sell them as "pet only" geckos. Ask other leopard gecko breeders and nearly all of them will agree with me. Other than that, nice looking group.
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