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Combination Morphs

In the Diagrams below we have used several different combination morph as our examples.

All the information supplied on this page can be applied to any recessive Morph

Recessive – a mutant allele that changes the phenotype one when homozygous, When heterozygous the individual looks normal.

Heterozygous – having two different alleles at a given locus.

Homozygous – Having two identical alleles at a given locus.

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Combination Morphs
Bumble Bee x Normal
Spider x Pastel
Lesser Platty x Lesser Platty
Blued eyed lucy x Normal
Killer Bee x Normal
Pastel x Mojave