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    TRANS 100% HET for HYPO Babys

    hi guys so first time breeding my dragons Male was hypo 100% het TRANS and female was 100%HET trans 66%het hypo

    so in the picture it looks like the 100% tran ones proved out i got 3 out for 10 eggs hatch out Trans i think ( no markings on bellys)

    but i am unsure about the hypo part i do not think any are but once again unsure that to look for in the tiny dragons

    so i am asking you the experts what to look for or is is it easy too pick out hypo after afew sheds

    but if hypo does not prove now the ones that are trans will be 100% het for hypo ??
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    Hypos are generally a much lighter colour straight out of the egg, I see some colour variance in your clutch but its probably within the range of normals.
    With a full morph + a het, you should get 50% full and 50% het.
    If the female is a normal, you'll get 100% het.

    So yes, if none are visible hypos, they are all 100% het for hypo, both the trans and the normal looking ones.
    As for trans, your clutch should have around 25% trans, 50% het trans, and 25% normal (no trans gene). As you can't tell the difference between the normal (no trans gene) and het trans, they get the classification of 66% Het Trans.

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