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genetics

One of the most common questions that we get asked is, “What would I get if I bred a thingy-ma-jig with a thingy-ma-bob? It’s a good question and one that we have all asked and I’m sure will carry on asking.

Genetics is one of the hardest subjects to learn. Science students spend years at college or university learning to fully understand this complex topic and they are being taught by trained teachers, yet we are trying to learn it through bits and pieces that we read on websites or books and wonder why we can’t understand it.

By using simple illustrations we hope that you will find some of the answers you are looking for and help you slowly understand the basics of genetics. We believe that once you truly understand what the difference is between Heterozygous and Homozygous and what difference the outcome will be when applied to Recessive, Co-dominant and Dominant genes, it will become clearer and easier.

Enter into the category below that you’re interested in. Here you will see illustrations to help show you the outcome of particular pairings. We have separated these into three different categories so that you can see the difference for yourselves. We have also added a fourth category for the rather more complicated Combination Morphs.

Please remember that the odds that are in the followings diagrams are on the individual egg and not the clutch.

ENJOY

Recessive
Codominant
Dominant
Combination Morphs
Albino
Ghost/Hypo
Caramel Albino
Axanthic
Piebald
Clown
Desert Ghost
Genetic Stripe
Lavender Albino
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Pastel Jungle
Woma Tiger
Yellow Belly
Mojave
Red Axanthic
Platinum
Butter
Cinnamon
Fire
Calico
Spotnose
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Spider
Pinstripe
Granite
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Pewter Pastel
Black Eyed Leucistic
Blue Eyed Leucistic
Bumble Bee
Killer Bee
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