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Not too suprising,I know I get welts all over my arms when I...
A picture of a WC PCF would be nice also.
In referance to the photo's on post #1
Picture three an picture two are under very diffrent lighting...
Incomplete dominance is they same as co dominance
I see were I was making a mistake on my out come with RrXRr,I don't know how I was comming...
We need to better define the three seperate color phases
rr=grey if this isn't what was being sold years ago as Grammastola sp.north with the...
OK I'm trying to understand the incomplete dominance.bear with me
If Rr was bred to Rr the out come would be 25%RR 50%Rr and 25%rr
With the Rr we are refering to the pink color form correct?Meaning by THEORY if it was codom and rr is the wild type the Rr is carring this...
I meant north,I assume what your calling gray?here is a pic(NOT MINE) not sure if it's against the rules mods please remove if it is
Wow not gonna have time tonight to reply to all of this.lol
If it is codom trait no breeding out come should have all three forms in one sac.By...
So in theory if co dom breeding out comes should be
Grammostola sp northXGrammostola sp north = All Grammostola sp north 100%
I seriously doubt it is a simple recessive or co dom color mutation.
It is stated in the TKG that they can be polymorphic(getting diffrent color...
Has anyone on the boards here ever had a polymorphic sac from a NCFXNCF?
Pictures or it didn't happen.....whats being sold as the RCF"chilian flame" G.rosea is not the same spider as as the normal pink g.porteri.The...
Observation.deductive reasoning,and common sence?
Hopefully RCFXRCF and god forbid G.roseaXG.porteri
Thats why I'm calling shanagans on more than one color phase coming from the same sac
This is the way I understand it.
G. porteri=AKA The pink phase "normal"
G.rosea=RCF "chilean flame"
G.sp. North=white colorphase
I wouldn't....I have the "normal" color phase and the RCF.Multiple of both species and they act very diffrently.The RCF are much more active.They...
Grammostola sp. Chilean Flame RCF