The Mirage gene discovered by Tim Bailey from Bailey and Bailey has been around for years yet there is no mention on MM about it. Could you please add this gene to the list? I have noticed a lot of interest on this gene lately since it is becoming more popular recently. Thank you!
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Species: Ball Python
Name of Gene: Mirage
First produced by whom: Tim Bailey from Bailey and Bailey
Year First Produced:
Genetics Type (Incdom/Codom/Recessive/Polygenic/etc):
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Other names/aliases for it?:
Appearance; What it does/looks like?
Proven: To what degree it is proven out to not just be polygenic?
Unique: Why do you believe this is a new morph and not an existing one?
Problems: Any problems?
History: The history behind its discovery?
“The original breeding that produced the first Mirage animals was a Pastel Ivory bred to a Pastel female, and it yielded 2.2 Super Pastel YB Mirage animals.” - New gene discovered called the Mirage - Page 2
Disagreement or Controversy:
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Link to WOBP if one exists.
Links to the wider web.
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