JohnFrost

Yellow Dubia Breeding Program

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This is the F5 Generation of a breeding Program that I started September 2010 to see if I could isolate the yellow coloration in the Dubia population. I have had some success, but the quest still continues!

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Another

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Full

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Male F4

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Full Yellow stripes

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F3 Female

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Generation F4 Breeders

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F5 Male Clear Pronotum

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Yellow Female Top

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Yellow Dubia Bottom

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Male Yellow Abdomen

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Yellow barring on the abdomen of the males passes the yellow barring onto the offspring.

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You definetly got at least half to have to the color great job! The males are less likely to get the light coloring so the more light males you have the better your doing, your females are beautiful too.

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Nice!! That's pretty cool!!

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Anyone ever thought of doing this with Albino? Start isolating albino's and breeding them? It would seem that would be a top of the line feeder, easy to spot atleast. I like this idea though, Very good B)

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I can't remember who did this but I think it was keith? They ended out to be a pretty roach project

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I'm doing this with my stock as well. Interestingly, no colorful males have appeared, only female.

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Strange as this sounds, but those are some beautiful roaches. I just received a few awesome looking female dubia's.

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