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Hi if I bred a an amel with an anery what would the babies colour be. Ive used a progeny calculator and that says they would be 100% het for snow so will they be snow then or does the het mean you want be able to see the snow colour.
 

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het means they carry the gene to make snow, not actually display the morph
 

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HI

Would some be anery and some be amel then. And does that mean the babyies could go on to have snow if they were bred.
 

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They would all be normals, all 100% het for snow (amel and anery) : victory:
 

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I would think most corns have hidden hets.
For example my two normal corns produced amels, anerys, normals and one snow!!!

So as far as I can tell that means they are both het for snow (amel and anery).

The only way to tell would be to breed said amel and anery and see what POPS out!!
 

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so if I want amel babies id have to have both ame parents
If you wanted to guarantee to produce amels, then yes, you would either have to breed 2 amels, or 2 corns that were both het for amel.
 

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thanks

thanks for that, going to doncaster show and trying to make mind up what corns i want to get if they have any
 

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they will have corns mate, 100%
 
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