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    Default Red Eyes, Eclipse Eyes, and snake eyes

    Is it known how these traits actully work yet? I was looking at an interresting blazing blizzard eclipse/snake eye project that i might be interrested in, but so far everyone i talked to isnt sure how eye traits work, i dont wanna lay out $400 a shot for eclipse BBs and find out that when i breed eclipse to ecplise i dont even nessessarily get eclipses back.

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    Next to nothing is known on why blizzards randomly have eclipse eyes

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeosForLess
    Next to nothing is known on why blizzards randomly have eclipse eyes
    nicely said

    Wish we did have a clue...at least

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    so otherwards, buying eclipse blizzards to breed is a total waiste of money?

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    Not necessarily. I have a few that I'm excited about working with...and I understand that it is a trait that passes on to offspring. If you like the look then it's worth trying to reproduce in my opinion. Still, it just seems like very little is understood about where all these "eye morphs" are coming from. They definitely bring some excitment though...

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    i am also working with the Blazing blizzards with the weird eyes i want to see what the deal is as well. mine should be laying eggs here soon so we will see what happens here are some picsAttachment 2839 these 2 are solid black eyes the other ones that i have are a varying degree of black
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    wow, they are super white too, ive seen alot of blazing blizzards that arnt that much whiter than normal blizzards, they are realy nice

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    This is a little off-topic but where did you get your Blazing Blizzards SaSobek? I have really been wanting one.

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    I know gerrick at crestedgecko.com has a few

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    Thanks for all the comments. yes they are really white and actually i have never seen any of them be dark at all. i know that some people say that their animals get lighter and darker on there mood, i guess mine must be happy .

    I did get mine from Mark Bell at daytona. but i did hand picked them for there eyes just for the project im doing with them. i have some animals with over 90% black in the eyes. then i have some with like 40-60%. here are 2 more pics for you guys in this one you can see the snake "eyeing" on the left eye.
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    and on this one you can see the snake "eyeing" on the front one in the left eye. Attachment 2901


    i will share all the info i collect this year from my crosses with you and maybe we can all figure out this eye thing.
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