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    Redrum looks like a combo of high red and super stripe to me. Personally I like the term 'redrum' for that.


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    Wonderful morph guide! You have fantastic photos of drop-dead gorgeous animals! Great job!!
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    LOL, Redrum! Perfect! I second the morph name...
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    Ok REDRUM is added. The reason we started calling her that is she looks like something out of a horror movie when she goes after her roaches. Her name is actually Sola. REDRUM just sort of just stuck then I started calling the project I'm building around her that.
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    Awesome morph guide! Thanks Sarah!!!
    ~Johnny O~

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    ShadowKorin aka Thing 2 did a lot of the work as well.
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    Redrum is the best name ever!
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    Redrum is a fantastic name!! It's kind of like the "mardi gras" cresties...it just sounds more plain FUN than the others!

    Fascinating morph guide! I learned a lot. Thanks!!
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    I stand corrected lol. A big thanks to the both of you for this awesome morph guide! We appreciate it!
    ~Johnny O~

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    Excellent guide. Thank you! Question though... How much of this has been mapped to genetics? I mean, like in pigeons there is a "morph" called "Blue" that is mapped to an allele on the sex chromosomes with "Ash-red" and "Brown". Seems to me that redrum could very well be just "red" with "superstripe" and not truly a morph all on its own.

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