Originally Posted by Socratic Monologue
"Standard leucomelas' is a morph of its own. It is not a cross, and is not a catch-all. It is the name of the morph. There are quite a few species of darts that have a morph/locale called 'standard' -- typically it is the first one described/brought into the hobby.
I said this on the other thread of yours, but I'll say it here for clarity: fine spot leucs are not selectively bred -- they are a naturally occurring morph from Venzuela, likely Estado Bolivar. There are a couple pics of wild frogs on pp 540-541 of Lotters that are likely what we call Fine Spot.
I might have made a mistake with the fine spots and it was only the chocolates that were selectively bred. I forget where I read it.
Then what would these be based on the history of the hobby section and I mistakenly said standard?