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    Question Sunglow Raptor x Extreme Emerine outcomes


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    I've recently came into possession of a Extreme Emerine Raptor that was rather paleish yellow. The man says it was crossed with a sunglow Raptor. I know there are some Extreme Emerines out there that look a nice reddish orange. For this question I found pictures of the Leo's but just not the fancier red/orange types. Just two generic Leo's of each of those morphs. What I'd like to know is whether if the two Leos were breed, would the outcome be a pale yellow gecko with the patterning of an Extreme Emerine?
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    Wrong picture, 8d277cd9649ed76da872f80810f8f667.jpg this is the extreme Emerine. Ignore the picture on the right

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    I don't know for sure, but I would guess that you'd get a range of offspring, some of which could have extreme emerine patterning. The tangerine coloring is considered to be polygenetic, so you could get a range of outcomes. I once bought a gecko that was said to be a blood cross and she is a pretty nondescript yellow/orange.

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