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Railroad needed
by BohoPhoto. 10/14/19 11:52 PM
Breeding question colors please help Breeders
by Gliderlove87. 10/14/19 08:22 PM
100% het platinum and luecistic
by Gliderlove87. 10/14/19 08:20 PM
Hi I’m new and I have a few questions
by KarenE. 10/14/19 09:43 AM
Seeking good home for 7 1/2 year old male glider
by lilniffa. 10/13/19 09:38 AM
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by theresaw. 10/10/19 08:25 PM
Wake up times and feeding habits....
by Ladymagyver. 10/08/19 10:06 PM
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by KarenE. 10/08/19 07:42 PM
Should I Be Concerned?
by Feather. 10/07/19 03:28 PM
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Glider Talk and Traveling
3 hours ago
The person lives 3 hours on the other side of Nashville. She can get them to Nashville. I can get them from Knoxville to go to my home. We need help with Nashville to Knoxville.
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Breeding & Babies
6 hours ago
No she doesn’t have any lue hets in her line
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Behavior & Anatomy
6 hours ago
His lineage don’t go back very far but they was all Luecistic and lue hets He is a visual luecistic and no she has no luecistic or lue hets in hers
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Behavior & Anatomy
Yesterday at 11:06 PM
Originally Posted by Gliderlove87
Ok I I have a luecistic male paired with a grey (100% het platinum) female. Her father was platinum and her mother was mosaic. My question is what are the probabilities of the offsprings between her and the luecistic male she is paired with ???



Ok your Luecistic is 100 percent Luecistic what does his lineage look like? Any other colors in his back ground as he could be Lue and Het for Platinum.
Your female isn't 100 percnet het for platinum unless she has produced any babies that are plat. If the mother has any hets in her lineage that comes into play too.

Just from what you have posted here, I would say your going to get Lues and hets from plat and lue.
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Bonding & Relations
Yesterday at 11:01 PM
Congratulations on a great tent time! jump
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Breeding & Babies
Yesterday at 09:31 PM
Originally Posted by Gliderlove87
As far as colors that is will they all be hets only or lues or can they have platinums


Is your female a leu het? As far as what I understand there is only a very minute possibility that leu can carry plat (it’s only happened once in my 13 years in gliders).
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Breeding & Babies
Yesterday at 08:40 PM
Thank you KarenE I have owned gliders for 5 years and know the het percentages and the dominants and recessives and how they work however not to Familiar with platinums and this pair was already paired together when I got them I’m just trying to understand the outcome a little bit more if anyone has had a pair and if they have had offspring from them I appreciate all the info I can get
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Glider Talk and Traveling
Yesterday at 01:59 PM
The distance between these two via I-40 is approximately 2 hrs 40 min give or take a bit. Meeting in the middle would be your best option.

Even when we had railroads years ago, one of this short distance were normally left to the parties on each end unless there happened to be someone you trusted traveling through.

Good luck getting these wherever they need to be.
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Breeding & Babies
Yesterday at 01:49 PM
This is a topic for someone other than me, but in the meantime take a look at the article below. Hopefully it will help you.

Determining Genetic Compatibility in Sugar Gliders
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HELP! I'M NEW...
Yesterday at 01:43 PM
:welcomegc: and thank you for reposting in the appropriate forum. I will close this topic for you now.
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Breeding & Babies
Yesterday at 12:47 PM
As far as colors that is will they all be hets only or lues or can they have platinums
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HELP! I'M NEW...
Yesterday at 06:02 AM
Thank you I have registered as gliderlove87 and reposted
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Breeding & Babies
Yesterday at 05:59 AM
Ok my question is. I have a male luecistic paired with a female grey 100% het platinum (mom was mosaic and dad was platinum) please correct me if I’m wrong on the het percentages but question is what is the probability outcome of the offspring of my pair???
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HELP! I'M NEW...
10/13/19 08:50 PM
Please register. We cannot keep track of you otherwise. It only takes a few minutes. Then, please ask under the topic below



http://www.glidercentral.net/ubbthreads/ubbthreads.php/forums/6/1/breeding-babies

This is where it will get the most visual from experienced breeders.
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Behavior & Anatomy
10/13/19 08:37 PM
Ok I I have a luecistic male paired with a grey (100% het platinum) female. Her father was platinum and her mother was mosaic. My question is what are the probabilities of the offsprings between her and the luecistic male she is paired with ???
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Glider Talk and Traveling
10/13/19 08:31 PM
From Nashville to Knoxville asap. 4 rescue gliders, large cage and supplies.
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HELP! I'M NEW...
10/13/19 05:48 PM
Ok so my question is I have a Luetistic male paired with a 100% het platinum female (mom was mosaic and dad was platinum) I’d like to know what color offspring would be???
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Rescue Me
10/13/19 01:38 PM
Ferris has found a new home, thank you.
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Gifts
10/11/19 12:25 AM
Thanksgiving items now available www.cafepress.com/gliderluvbug jump jump
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Bonding & Relations
10/10/19 07:49 PM
Yes, I am really trying to mentally not get ahead of myself.
It was a good tent time but I am trying to remember that each tent time can be different.
Even last night, each time Paul put his fingers out, or they went near his fingers I got nervous and said, "watch your fingers", haha.

I will post some pictures later tonight. The phone is saving them too big again.
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Bonding & Relations
10/10/19 01:37 PM
Congratulations on a successful tent time. All these little things just add up and make having gliders so much fun. Keep up the good work.
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Bonding & Relations
10/10/19 08:14 AM
mlove dance clap Congratulations!!!! clap


But don't take it personally if within a few more tent times there is a set back. That's normal, just didn't want to tell you right up front.. All gliders are unique little characters and it may never happen, but just be prepared and don't give up.
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Bonding & Relations
10/10/19 04:48 AM
Much better tent time today... We brought them in as they were sleeping together in our shirts, they were not in the pouch today.
Uncovered them and as they started walking out gently took the shirts away. Gave them yoggies when they came out of the shirts. jump
They spent some time getting to know the tent/seeing if there were any escape routes. Haha.

We tried our best to ignore them, as we were told to do. That is really difficult when they are so cute! They explored and walked on me and Paul. They were on Paul's leg a LOT. One was on me for a bit. They also used us to get on and off of the tent wall and hanging toy. Played a little with the toys and on the hanging things I had in there. They did not try to bite at all. Did not lunge. Just explored the tent and the people. I would say all together it was a great tent time! :lshower:

When we could tell they were done we put the pouch in front of the normally shy one, Astrid, and she went right in. Then we showed the pouch to Tika and she went right in with her sister. Whew! They got yoggies while in the pouch on the way back to their house for doing such a good job in the tent.

I gotta admit... I was as nervous as they were in the beginning, but it looks like we all got over that pretty quick. Looking forward to tomorrow! :jump2:
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Behavior & Anatomy
10/09/19 02:06 AM
You can leave bits and pieces of fruit and veggies they didn't eat the night before out for them. If the kibble is Pet-pro, it's balanced enough for them. Better to leave that than treats.

I will say mine stay up longer at a time. They eat, exercise, and play, eat some more, play, etc. It seems like hours when trying to sleep in the same room. They also like to just sit and catnap where they can watch their surroundings, both inside and outside of the cage. If they see moving shadows, they become very alert and twitchy. Their tails are high and on alert. It could be a branch outside the window moving... Sometimes they'll bark at it.
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Diet & Nutrition
10/08/19 11:42 PM
Good grief, must not have had my glasses
On. It's right there blush
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