Monday, July 30, 2012
So of course, the clutch that I expected to be Pastel het TSK to Pastel het TSK apparently was not.
I do remember putting in the Spider het TSK het Albino in with the female Pastel het TSK, but honestly didn't see anything, and of course, didn't really put much thought into it afterwards.
But, in my lack of paying attention, it payed off BIG TIME!
The clutch was only two eggs, and I still managed to hit on this TSK Axanthic Bumblebee.
I am so excited about this!
I have been working on the Axanthic Killerbee for several years now, almost one of my first projects I wanted to work with.
It was Joel's request that we do it (one of the few that he actually liked), and so I embarked on producing first my own Spider hets, and collecting a few Pastel poss hets from my friend Kelly to prove out.
Well... They did!
Here is the clutch...
1.0 TSK Axanthic Bumblebee 50% het Albino , 0.1 Spider 66% het TSK Axanthic 50% Het Albino
It's a lot of genes to play with, and I'm not sure if I will pursue his Het Albino-ness, but I'm very glad to have him here.
He is one of those "Duh" Holdbacks, and I am absolutely glad to have him here.
One more gene to add to this critter, and we are going to be at the goal.
And then off to a new goal, eh?
Have a great day, my friends!