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Re: genetics

From: StorYlade@aol.com

In a message dated 1/23/1999 8:49:35 PM Central Standard Time,
z88keys@mindspring.com writes:

<< IMMORTALITY and a tb pink, and if so whether you got any tb pinks, yellows
 or whites. >>


Returning Chameleon is from Pink Sleigh X Immortality.  I also did Immortality
X Paradise.  Did not get pinks in either cross.  I got whites and yellows from
the Paradise cross.

Ben Hager told me that both parents have to have pink in their ancestry.  Is
there pink in Immortality's back ground?  


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