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Genetics / Morphs

Discussion in 'Bearded Dragon Breeding' started by Eve, Jul 2, 2017.

  1. Eve

    Eve Bearded Dragon Egg

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    Hello! I'm looking to understand my dragons' breeding a little bit better, if there's someone out there that might be able to help me.

    I have one that the breeder considers a "100% het hypo/trans 50% het zero" leatherback.
    I also (will) have a hypo leatherback genetic stripe.

    I was (and kinda still am) looking at a hypo dunner genetic stripe.
    I will eventually be looking to get a zero morph.

    It means very little to me as a general owner, but what does that mean to a breeder?


    They are all so beautiful I can't stand it. Hard to resist all of them!
  2. Eve

    Eve Bearded Dragon Egg

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    1st photo is Star-Prince

    2nd credit to her breeder (waiting for the holiday to pass before shipment)

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  3. PatsyB

    PatsyB Super Moderator Staff Member 3 Year Member 1,000+ Post Club

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    I'm with you, it means nothing to me! The only thing I know about morph is how to tell a hypo and a trans. I know what a leatherback is. I know my oldest girl is a citrus and my other two are just normal and that is all fine to me. They are all beautiful!

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