A few of our Champagnes.
That's what makes the world go around - if all our tastes were the same how boring would that be.'scuse my ignorance, but what is the genetics of the champagne? Is it a morph in its own right, or a combo. Is a champagne yellow belly different from a champagne or is the yellowbelly bit an essential part of the champagne morph?
The Champagne is a morph in it's own right - not sure yet if dom or co - dom as this morph is still in it's infancy - I would hope the (super) may be produced this year.
The yellowbelly is nothing to do with the champagne, but is as far as I know one of the first combos available with this morph.
p.s. prefer a nice 'hi-gold' or 'hi-white' 'normal' myself, but I'm glad we're all different!
It seems the Champagne has dominated the yellow belly - hence not looking particularly different to normal Champagnes - but they are also highly variable as you can see from the pics.Very nice indeed Darren, I thought the YB would of brightened and cleaned the Champs colour...
Whats the reatail on these this year, last year they were fetching £16k
All the best.