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booga 11-09-2004 10:24 PM

bloodlines
 
I have a couple of questions.

What bloodlines do the green morph of imitators come from?

What bloodlines do the blue legged morph of ventrimaculatus come from?

Actually three...

Where do you go to find out more info like this when the curiousity comes about?

thank you much.

Booga

TimsViv 11-10-2004 12:02 AM

Re: bloodlines
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by booga
Where do you go to find out more info like this when the curiousity comes about?

thank you much.

Booga

This is probably the correct place to come to get your questions answered. Sorry, I can't help with the first two.

Your welcome,
Tim

geckguy 11-10-2004 01:03 AM

The green legged imitators are oftenly referred to as "Todd Kelley" imitators, and I think that the blue legged vents are just vents that kept their juvie coloring, I have some from Rich Frye that have really blue legs.

11-10-2004 01:13 AM

Re: bloodlines
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by booga
I have a couple of questions.

What bloodlines do the green morph of imitators come from?

What bloodlines do the blue legged morph of ventrimaculatus come from?

Actually three...

Where do you go to find out more info like this when the curiousity comes about?

thank you much.

Booga

Green Imitators have 3/4 bloodlines:
Alex Sens line, Todd Kelley line and Todd's 2nd WC and zoo animal,
and Patrick N ( Todd's cross with WC)

Some else with have to help with the vents, but I think they are some of Todd's old line

geckguy 11-10-2004 11:29 PM

Ben are you talking about the green legged imitators?

11-11-2004 11:53 AM

I was talking about all green imitator in the US. I didn't think he wanted to know about just the "green leg" line.
I though the "green leg" was Alex Sens line, but going by Tor's page http://www.natures-web.org/fg/Adult%...dult_main.html
it doesn't look like that is correct. I have Patricks line and they are blue in a photograph, but a green blue in life.


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