Tremper Albinos

Genetics: Simple Recessive

 

Tremper Albinos, named after their founder, Ron Tremper, were first produced in the mid 90s and became available to the public in 1999. This is a simple recessive morph that lacks all black pigment. They are an extremely varied form of albino. Typically, they are bright yellow with pink or rusty-colored markings. Jungle, Striped, Sunglow, and other morphs have also been produced. There are 3 different forms of albinos- Tremper, Las Vegas, and Bell. They are genetically incompatible with each other, meaning that if you cross one to another, no albinos will be produced.

 

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Tremper Albinos, Tangerine Albinos, and Jungle Albinos


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