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Ringtailed Mo? #1391920
07/14/15 06:48 PM
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Hello!! I have a joey that just recently came out of pouch! His mom is a leu and his dad is a mo with 100% leu het I noticed he had rings on his tail but they are kinda light. Will they darken? Can he be considered a ring tail since they are so light?

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Re: Ringtailed Mo? [Re: lewisari] #1391923
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Yes, he is a ringtail mosaic. The rings may darken as he gets his fur in, they could also lighten as he ages.

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Oh yes, very pretty rings! My new boy is a white-faced RTMO and his rings are also very light but when the ight hits them right you can see 4 smokey little rings on his white tail.


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