What mutations are you hoping to add this year?

Carinata

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Just wanted to see what AFT morphs people are looking to pick up this season? I'd like to pick up a pair of Zulu's and maybe an Oreo Whiteout. So what's everyone looking to add?
 

gixxer3420

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Ive got about 100 eggs in the incubator from my fatties right now but I am selling all but 5 of them. I will be adding a bunch more but ones that are eating meal worms and super worms. I have found a couple breeders that only feed worms to their fatties so they know nothing but worms as food. So I will be adding 5-6 white outs, 4 caramels, and 4 zulus. Should be an interesting year next year.
 

Carinata

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Don't think I'll have any het Oreos this season. Next season I will for sure! I'll have a lot of Ghost stuff this season!
 

OnlineGeckos

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It'll be interesting to see what comes out this year, as I've seen a few medium to large scale breeders ready to launch their stock this season. So it'll be very interesting to see what comes out, what people end up buying, and where the price goes :)
 

Carinata

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Very good observation! It's going to be interesting this season, especially considering a ton of new combos will come about. I will have a ton of cool things this season. I am just wondering what's going to sell at asking price and what's going to sit!
 

JdiLb

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I'm hoping to get some patternless (I have a het patternless and 66% het. patternless - keeping my fingers crossed), then maybe make a patternless whiteout or something nice down the road. We'll see :)
 

Carinata

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That's a Leopard Gecko, NOT an African Fat-Tail Gecko. You're in the wrong section......


Like so many others......
 

Snyder

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I am new to this forum and I am mainly interested in fat tail geckos. I am going to be breeding them in 2014 and my biggest goal is in 2015 to have a paternless albino fat tail. Has anyone every produced one and is it even possible. I believe by breeding to het paternless het albino you will have a 6.6% chance of getting one. Can anyone confirm of deny this before I get to deep into this project.
 

Carinata

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At this point, an Albino Patternless is believed to be a fatal combo. The T- Albino gene is believed to be fatal when combined with most other genes. However, there have been Whiteout Albinos produced by at least 2 breeders......
Dave
 
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