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Does anybody know how rare these are? especially the males. I have'nt seen any new picture or much of it on google. Anyone got some of these?
Well, I'd have to dispute that one. I've kept Metriaclima fainzilberi "Lundo Island". I had a BB male, along with some BB females and OB females. I did end up with some OB males, from the BB male and OB females.copasetic said:In my ad konings book he says " form breeding experiments in captivity it is known that marmalade cats can be fathered only by a parental OB male"
M. fainzilberi don't produce O versions. The OB females produced OB females only, and a mostly BB males, with a few OB males. BB females produced only BB males and females in my batches, though you would figure that with a large data set, eventually you might get the odd OB.copasetic said:ya how else are they produced in first place? Did your OB females produce OB,O, and REG.? or at least ob and reg?
Indeed, "Marmalade Cat" refers to male OB's.Tonyinthemountain said:Isnt "marmalade cat" refer to OB males only? zebra, fuelleborni, and trewasvase are the only 3 I know of that have OB males and females ofcourse. Anything else can have OB from lake Malawi?
Nobody knows for certain, though that is a possibility.copasetic said:OB peacocks came from crossing peacocks to a OB zebra type??