Question for the genetics gurus out there. Most of us have seen the "white/albino" inferalanis that have been posted here in the past. It has yet to be determined if it is indeed genetic (although most things point to that) and what exactly the mutation should be called, hence the quotes. My question is that if indeed it is genetic would it be possible that one would be able to see characteristics of the trait in the tadpole stage but not in the adult stage of frogs that carry the gene but don't display the trait? The reason that I am asking this is that I have the WC adult pair that has produced the offspring from which the "white" frogs are descended. I have started paying more attention to the f1 tads and notice that every now and again I get a few tads that start out very light in comparison to the the standard solid black tads. I have marked these tads and now that they are about a month old they look pretty much the same as the others, solid black. I'm wondering if that could be any indication that they carry the gene?