Some Interesting Widorah Stimson's Hatchlings.

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  1. swampie

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    I had these little guys hatch out yesterday, as you can see they are very different to the normal looking siblings (darker ones), they look to be T+ to me, they are a result of a nice looking sibling pair that I put together this year. I put the same male over another female sibling that produced eggs that are still cooking, will be interesting to see if anything different pops up in that clutch.

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    Windorah Stimson's rather......if mods could correct my spelling mistake in the title it would be much appreciated.
     
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    If they are from Trueblues linage they are stunning regardless, Hopefully they are something different!
     
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    @Luke_G, they are the same line as TrueBlues animals, I actually have the original animals that are the parents to Robs animals, as well as offspring that I've produced from these animals over the years, I've been breeding them for quite some time now and have been hoping that something different might pop out of the eggs one day.
    I got another T+ (?) out of the second clutch that I mentioned in the first post.
    First clutch I got 4 from 10 eggs, second clutch was 1 from 8.
     
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    Good Luck with them, Hopefully a new line to spice things up a bit.
     
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    VERY interesting WR
     
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    Yeah rocky, as you know a mutual friend of ours gave me a possible het for T+ WA Stimsoni pair around 4-5 years ago, I've tried for the last 3 seasons to get them to breed with no luck so when I hatched these guys out of my Windorah's I was over the moon.
    Still not positive they are T+ but they do seem to be.
     
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