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The dame on this clutch is very unique, has a solid black stripe on her belly, much like the genetic "black bellys" that when combined with a pastel make a Yellow Jacket. Not really expecting anything here, but that's my thinking on this pairing. Super Pastel (pictured)
did the heavy lifting, Pastel YB had one shot at the end.
Hatched: 1.1 Pastel Yellowbellys, 1.2 Pastels, 2.3 Normals
This female didn't throw any "Blackbelly" type offspring, appears that she's genetically normal.
Getting killed on YBs this season. Including clutch #8, I'm up to 2.2 Pastel YBs, 4.2 Pastels and 3.5 normals... (no regular yellowbellys!).
This will produce Pastels, Yellowbellys and Pastel Yellowbellys... all 50% Het Piebald.
Hatched: 1.0 Pastel YB 50% Het Pied, 1.1 Pastel 50% Het Pieds, 0.3 YB 50% Het Pieds, 1.0 50% Het Piebald
Very satisfied with this clutch, the male Pastel YB poss Het is insane, looks like a Super Pastel. All of the YB females have that Het Pied "look", but one of them is extra stunning. Lot of keepers here for sure!
Pic 1 - Pastel YB, Pastels
Pic 2 - YB females
Pic 3 - Poss Het male
Pic 4 - "Special" YB female (belly shot)
This is a dinker clutch from a "unique" male Spider from 08 Clutch #11
back its unique-looking captive-hatched mother. This will produce Spiders at the very least and maybe even something different?
Hatched: 2.1 Honeybees, 4.2 Spiders 66% Het Hypo, 1.0 66% Het Hypo (1 egg went bad in incubation)
WOW! Didn't know what to expect from this clutch, but was truly shocked to see Hypo Spiders hatching. These are absolutely stunning. This is very similar situation to my 2007 clutch that produced the first Kobylka line Piebalds completely out of the blue!
My little yearling Firefly male KILLED it this year... every female he touched seems to be producing.
Hatched: 1.0 Firefly, 1.0 Fire, 2.1 Pastels, 1.0 Normal (One egg went bad during incubation)
Nice little male Firefly with excellent color. Very male heavy on this clutch!
Pic 1 - Firefly, Pastels
Pic 2 - Normal, Fire
This should produce Ivories and Pastel Ivories. Dame is a sweet captive-hatched Yellowbelly that is far more extreme than any I've ever seen.
Hatched: 1.2 Pastel YBs, 0.1 Pastel, 1.0 Yellowbelly
Ok, somethings going on here... I was initially disappointed to not hit on Ivories or Pastel Ivories in this clutch, but then I saw these insane Pastel YBs... Perhaps the dame isn't YB, but something else? These almost look like triple combo animals to me. I've been calling them "specklebellys" - not an official name! A lot more work to do here...
Three HUGE eggs from this pastel female. Seems to be that way sometimes with first year breedrs... they will either give you 3 or 4 huge eggs, or 6 small ones. The last egg in this clutch was initial bound in the female and she laid it 24 hours later. It is unlikely that it will still be good. Dame was bred one time by my Fire Yellowbelly and two times by the Super Pastel.
Hatched: 1.0 Super Pastel
The late egg in the clutch went bad as expected. 1.1 very nice Super Pastels crawled out but, unfortunately the female died shortly out of the egg. Male is perfect though... Super Pastel male definitely sired this clutch.
This male produced some amazing pastels last year, hoping for a repeat.
Hatched: 3.3 Pastels
All pastels as expect, right down the middle with the sexes.
This will be my first combination of the Jungle Woma to a Pastel. The sire is also from my genetic line of Blackbacks, of which I hope to hit on a super form later this season. For more information on Jungle Womas, visit my JW collection page
Hatched: 1.0 Pastel Jungle Woma, 1.0 Pastel, 1.1 Normal (1 egg went bad in incubation)
Got my Pastel Jungle Woma and he
doesn't disappoint! These are some pretty dark pastels, so I'm thrilled with the amount that the Jungle Woma brightened up the pastel trait.
Can still find the Jungle Woma hallmarks of black spots in the heat pits and bold black pattern. The bubble gum colored sides that are on the nicer examples is really augmented by the pastel.
1.1 Normals not pictured
Another solid Firefly clutch from a nice banded female.
Hatched: 1.0 Firefly, 0.1 Fire, 1.1 Pastels (0.1 Firefly died after hatching)
Very nice firefly male. There was also a really nice female Firefly but it inexplicably died after about 3-4 days out of the egg. This is the first time I've ever had a perfectly healthy looking hatchling come out of the egg and die before its first shed.
Nice triple co-dom clutch. 1:8 of this clutch will be a Bumblebelly, but could also throw Pastel YBs, Bumblebees, and Spider YBs. See this Spider ovulating on YouTube!
Hatched: 0.1 Spiderbelly, 3.0 Spiders, 2.1 Normals
Wow this is proof you really can't win them all... huge swing and a miss. No Pastels at all in this clutch and only one YB, thankfully 4 spiders so I did get the one Spider Yellowbelly (aka: Spiderbelly).
So I missed my Bumblebelly. What really adds insult to the whole thing is that my Bumblebelly odds were the same odds as producing a normal in the clutch, and there were 3 of those!
Anyhow, this little Spiderbelly is by far the best one I've ever seen. Extreme high white sides with the Yellowbelly pattern lapping almost all the way up to the top. Not a bad consolation prize at all.
My third season and third Pastel 50% Het Piebald female I've tried to prove in my quest to produce the Super Pastel Piebald, aka: Killer Pied
. I'm feeling good about this clutch!
Hatched: 1.0 Killer Pied, 0.2 Piebald, 1.1 Pastel Het Piebald (1 egg went bad in incubation)
Nailed it! Third time is definitely a charm. This little male is everything a Killer Pied should be. Couldn't be happier with him and I'm loving that he's low white. Check out that stripe!
Also a couple nice low white Piebalds in the clutch.
More clutch pics coming soon...
The dame of this clutch is the original GeneX Het Piebald female that produced the first Pumpkin Pieds
. I'm hoping in the clutch to see if GeneX will act like a highlighter in the Pastel Pied in the same way it has on the Pumpkin Pieds. Hate the slugs... but I'll take my chances...
Hatched: 1.0 Pastel GeneX Piebald, 1.0 Pastel Het Piebald
This was a rough clutch. In the end only 2 eggs hatched, but this Pastel Pied is amazing! Lots of extra funkiness going on here... likely the influence of GeneX. I'm officialy confused all around. Hopefully in 2011 I can do straight GeneX to GeneX and know a lot more about what this trait can do.
Pic 1 - Clutch pic, before Pastel Pied had his first shed
Pics 2 & 3 - Pastel GeneX Pied, post shed pics!
ANOTHER nice Firefly clutch! I'm excited to see the quality of this clutch, the dame is a beautiful CH female that I'd love to see pass on her bright yellows to the offspring.
Hatched: 0.1 Firefly, 2.1 Pastels, 1.0 Normal
Very happy with this one! Whether its genetic or just selective breeding this Firefly female is SMOKING HOT... definitely think the dame had a big influence on this outcome.
Bred a Double Het Lavender Clown male from 08 Clutch #22
4-5 times to this Het Clown female, then he stopped breeding and I backed him up with the Pastel YB one time. So we'll see who the father is... If this clutch produces Clowns, they will be 50% Het Lavender, any Pastels or YBs that may hatch will be 50% Het Clown.
Hatched: 2.0 Clown 50% Het Lavenders, 4.1 66% Het Clown / 50% Het Lavenders
Very pleased that the Dbl Het Lavender Clown male sired this clutch. Could have done with a few more girls though! Loving the reduced pattern Clown male in the clutch.
This will hatch Cinnamons and normals, all Het Caramel and with a long-shot at being Het Hypo. (Het Caramel Glow)
Hatched: 0.4 Cinnamon Het Caramel Albinos, 2.2 Het Caramel Albinos
These will be fun to work with. I think the Caramel Cinnamon will be very nice, not to mention the Caramel Super Cinny!
Funny how some hatchings will come out of the egg with quite an attitude, these are the friskiest little biters I think I've ever hatched! They of course will settle down over time and be completely sweet like you're average bp.
Pic 1 - 0.2 Cinny Het Caramels, 1.1 Normals (wouldn't sit still, wanted to bite me so badly...)