Super jag?

Ajar5

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Yes and yes, most die in the egg and very few hatch and fewer live for long at all out of the egg. Roughly 25% of the offspring from a jagxjag will be leucistic/super
 

Herptology

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the weirdest part is some of them look fairly "healthy" and then poof theyre dead the next day
 

hamishh34

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yup its weird ive had a few hatch that look perfectly healthly moving around etc next day dead as a doornail

Did you do any form of autopsy on the initially healthy appearing offspring? Did they have poorly/not fully formed internal organs?
 

Josiah Rossic

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Well thanks guys, I just wanted to clear that up. I will definitely not be producing super jags, or any jags for that matter, I hate the jag gene.
 

Herptology

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The weirdest abomination I’ve seen was by larks where the head formed 1/3rd of the waycdown the body and was moving around
 

hamishh34

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The weirdest abomination I’ve seen was by larks where the head formed 1/3rd of the waycdown the body and was moving around

How peculiar. Not your typical deformity haha. What interests me about this particular lethal gene is how variable the super-form is in regards to development and dying either before or after hatching.
 

Josiah Rossic

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Photo credit deb/Wayne larks

Why would you even produce a super jag if you know that it's going to die or end up like that?!

 
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