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Old 10-22-2009, 07:35 PM   #1 
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cross breeding ver 2.0

Advice needed in cross breeding. what would be good for cross breeding, and the tail types to come out, well, not totally wierd. like HMs and VTs don't mix and look great or maby it does, see I need help. And please give me the advice before I go to petco on sunday.

Note: I am not good with genetics at all.



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Old 10-22-2009, 08:09 PM   #2 
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Um I personally think halfcombs look cool. They are crowntails and halfmoon and personally think if you could get a beautiful colour they will look really nice. However you may not be able to give them to the stores.
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I'm not good with genetics, either but I think you can cross vt's and ct's. Hopefully, someone who knows this kind of stuff will answer your questions.
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ahhhh, could someone post a pic of a halfcomb, i will try to get one.
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