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Re: Why are Mosaics Sterile so often? [Re: BeckiT] #626910
09/02/08 05:13 PM
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See I learn something new every day. Then should I not put them together then? I don't wanna take any chances of inbreeding or adding to the issue. Or maybe I should have him fixed too?

Last edited by BuddyHolly; 09/02/08 05:14 PM. Reason: another question
Re: Why are Mosaics Sterile so often? [Re: ] #626916
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You can pair a mosaic to ANY color and still get mosiacs.

Re: Why are Mosaics Sterile so often? [Re: ] #626919
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Originally Posted By: Shelby_JJ
so if you put a mosaic with a wfb your not gonna get mosaics??? i'm confused again


All you need is one mosaic in the pair to get a Mosaic .. that is unless you have a sterile male ... then you will not get anything ... I have my Mo with a 3rd gen WFB ... and hoping for Mo babies ... but they could be Standard Grey


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Re: Why are Mosaics Sterile so often? [Re: Xglider] #626923
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True John, you could get standard greys but with their daddy they will be gorgous anyway!


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Re: Why are Mosaics Sterile so often? [Re: Dancing] #626927
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Originally Posted By: Dancing
True John, you could get standard greys but with their daddy they will be gorgous anyway!


agree mlove agree


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Re: Why are Mosaics Sterile so often? [Re: Xglider] #626934
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If you have a possible sterile male, it will not hurt anyone to breed. If he indeed is sterile, you'll have no joeys, if he is NOT sterile, then you'll have joeys. As long as your girls are not related to him, there is no problem.


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Re: Why are Mosaics Sterile so often? [Re: queenduck] #626949
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No, I know that your little girl is not related, and I'm pretty positive that Val is from a completely different line, she's from sugargliderbabies or white_gliders. I will double check her lineage to be on the safe side. I'm not selling any babies if it ends up happening. They'll all be staying right here. I'm no breeder.

Re: Why are Mosaics Sterile so often? [Re: Xglider] #626962
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Originally Posted By: Xglider
Originally Posted By: Shelby_JJ
so if you put a mosaic with a wfb your not gonna get mosaics??? i'm confused again


All you need is one mosaic in the pair to get a Mosaic .. that is unless you have a sterile male ... then you will not get anything ... I have my Mo with a 3rd gen WFB ... and hoping for Mo babies ... but they could be Standard Grey



YUCK!!! tant at my self ... I Apologize for my phrasing above ..i did not mean it the way it reads and I would have edited it IF I had read it the way it sounds to me now sorry


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Re: Why are Mosaics Sterile so often? [Re: Xglider] #627086
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What would happen if someone bred a mo to an albino? Would you get albinos that are possibly mosaic, would they all look normal, or would they be mosaics? (If the mo isn't an albino het.)
Also, I read somewhere that if someone bred a leu to an albino, then the offspring could have blue eyes. Is that true? Has anyone ever tried it? Or would they all come out looking like leus since it's more dominant than the albino gene?

Re: Why are Mosaics Sterile so often? [Re: konotashi] #627121
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a mosaic (non het) and an albino would give you either mosaic or gray (or wf if one parent is wf) 100% albino hets.

I doubt that anyone has paired a leu and an albino seeing as how rare albinos still are wink

Re: Why are Mosaics Sterile so often? [Re: BeckiT] #627125
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Originally Posted By: BeckiT
seeing as how rare albinos still are wink


I didn't think about that. lol
I see creaminos more than normal albinos. If you pair a creamino with an albino, would you get creaminos, since they have the T+ instead of T-? I don't know which gene would be more dominant.

Re: Why are Mosaics Sterile so often? [Re: konotashi] #627164
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not a clue dunno it could work to where you would just end up with 100% albino & creamino hets confused

Re: Why are Mosaics Sterile so often? [Re: BeckiT] #627180
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Genetics can be SO confusing!

Re: Why are Mosaics Sterile so often? [Re: BeckiT] #627183
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off_topic Big Ern!!!! Where in tarnation have you been?!!!!!! hug2

Someday, when and if I get a mosaic, Leu, ringtail (wish list, lol), I want ALL neutered boys!!!! smile


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