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im getting some mack snows,2 females and a male,got the choice of 2 female mack snows all unrelated and an unrelated male ghost mack snow.or 2 unrelated females and a male mack snow that the breeder cannot be sure if its related,would it matter if i was to breed them and they were related
 

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no don't think it matters just think its a personal opinion as to whether you want to breed related geckos. so people do some people don't.
 

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any 1 who breeds leopards shed any light on the subject
 

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its not good breeding anything from the same blood line in my opinion and its morally wrong. you wouldnt want a load of deformed offspring now would u.
 

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you don't necessarily get deformed offspring and some reps can be bred over successive generations....but is usually better to use unrelated pairs...i have bred a brother and sister but it wasn't meant to happen ( he got in her viv) the resulting eggs and babies were fine though...
 

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Blazey said:
its not good breeding anything from the same blood line in my opinion and its morally wrong. you wouldnt want a load of deformed offspring now would u.
they are line bred to a certain degree to produce the morphs,but i was thinking the same will they be deformed
 
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