White and Yellow Murphys Patternless

White and Yellow Murphys Patternless

Postby Rabid.Evo8691 » Wed May 21, 2014 9:45 pm

Hey guys just thought I would share a few pics of my latest addition.
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Re: White and Yellow Murphys Patternless

Postby Westley Price » Thu May 22, 2014 4:07 pm

Pretty gecko! How do the genetics of the White and Yellow morph work?

When you get a moment you should post some pics of your entire collection.
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Re: White and Yellow Murphys Patternless

Postby Rabid.Evo8691 » Thu May 22, 2014 6:27 pm

some say the white and yellow gene is dominant some say co dominant heterozygous + homozygous where both forms look identical. The major difference between a homozygous white and yellow and yellow heterozygous white and yellow is that if you had to breed your homozygous W&X to a normal 100% of the offspring would be heterozygous White And yellows where if you had to breed a heterozygous W&y to a normal 50% of the offspring would be heterozygous white And yellows. At the same time the white And yellow gene is a polygenetic one. The white And yellow gene is definitely a morph enhancer when added to other genes.
At the moment I have 6 white And yellows with various genetics, known and unknown, which I will thoroughly test before releasing and have labelled them all heterozygous forms until proven otherwise.
will post more pictures soon.
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Re: White and Yellow Murphys Patternless

Postby Animaniacs » Fri May 23, 2014 2:44 pm

White & Yellow caracteristics
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Re: White and Yellow Murphys Patternless

Postby Animaniacs » Fri May 23, 2014 2:45 pm

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Re: White and Yellow Murphys Patternless

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Re: White and Yellow Murphys Patternless

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Re: White and Yellow Murphys Patternless

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Re: White and Yellow Murphys Patternless

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Re: White and Yellow Murphys Patternless

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Re: White and Yellow Murphys Patternless

Postby Animaniacs » Fri May 23, 2014 2:53 pm

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Re: White and Yellow Murphys Patternless

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Re: White and Yellow Murphys Patternless

Postby Animaniacs » Fri May 23, 2014 3:00 pm

Here is pictures to show you how the I.D W&Y in a Gecko. Hope you all find it interesting, we have sure learned a lot with these pics.

MP tend to mask a lot of other traits and genes.
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Re: White and Yellow Murphys Patternless

Postby Animaniacs » Fri May 23, 2014 3:02 pm

Please explain why you say that White & Yellow is a Polygenetic trait ?
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