Another surprise in my Lavender Bloodred project

Another surprise in my Lavender Bloodred project

Postby Chantel » Fri Jan 02, 2015 9:17 pm

One of my other clutches of Lavender Bloodreds started hatching last night, and I was hoping to wake up this morning and find a better example of DIFFUSED lavender. Instead, I opened the tub to find Anery Bloodreds, lol! I see a few diffused lavender heads pipping, so hold thumbs their diffusion is better than the ones from the first clutch ;)

Again, the diffusion is very inferior on the anery's. Sadly with projects like this the diffusion will probably only start improving from F2 generation, but it's a start. It would be REALLY nice if I hatched out a Diffused Moonstone (Moonstone is the trade name for bi-colour Anery & Lavender). But I'm sure Murphy has other ideas! :roll:

Furthermore, I suspect the female lavender in this clutch may well be hypo. Her colouring is really beautiful.

Here are some pics of the clutch so far. Will post more pics tomorrow when they diffused lavenders are out.

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Re: Another surprise in my Lavender Bloodred project

Postby Ruan Stander » Sat Jan 03, 2015 9:24 pm

Very pretty, congratulations.
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Re: Another surprise in my Lavender Bloodred project

Postby Bushviper » Sun Jan 04, 2015 6:19 pm

Talk of a lucky packet production. Lets see what the next generation brings.
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Re: Another surprise in my Lavender Bloodred project

Postby Chantel » Sun Jan 04, 2015 10:03 pm

Yip, I'm very happy with the lucky packet production from this clutch.

A very nice lavender bloodred hatched out this morning :)

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