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Old 03-27-2019, 05:29 PM
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Default Re: Lets talk orange vs black foot terribilis

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Originally Posted by Encyclia View Post
Can't find the thread right now, but wasn't there a thread recently that said that the black foots were the result of line breeding? Maybe I am misremembering.

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Originally Posted by bsr8129 View Post
Yes that is was what said in an article from natural geographic (i think) that they quotes tesos saying that.
The Nat Geo article did mention that, but didn't say whether they were from the same population or not. If they are from the same population they ought to be bred together. If from separate populations they should be kept separate. Just wanted to see if anyone knew any more than what was mentioned in that article. I emailed Tesoros for an answer but in the meantime, was hoping someone else had maybe inquired about this before myself.
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