Available BRB

Available litters and pics of parents Description of litter:
  Miscellaneous adults and subadults for sale.

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  "Normal" litters - non genetic morph, includes high color litters
  2013 Molly x Rosco litter

Molly, a very nice high color female from 2004was bred by Rosco, a very nice red holdback from my 2005 Bullseye x Lefty litter.  They produced a very nice and large litter of 19 babies on 09/30/2013.


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  2013 Daisey x Phoenix litter
Daisey, a very nice high orange bred by Phoenix, a hold back from our 2005 Savannah x Porky litter. They produced a very nice litter of high color babies on 09/22/2013 


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2013 Kelli x Yang litter
Kelli is from our 2008 Lucy x Diablo littter and Yang is from our 2005 Savannah x Porky litter (sibling to Phoenix).  They produced a very nice litter of high color babies on 09/19/2013

 

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  2013 Lola x Suger Ray litter
Lola is a nice high red from our 2007 Betty x Fred litter and Sugar Ray is a nice high red from our 2007 Wilma x Fred litter.  They produced a very nice litter of high red BRB's on 09/07/2013


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  2013 Ginger x Ozzy litter
Ginger, a very nice bold crescent female was bred by Ozzy, a very aberrant male.  Both are related to Harriet and Ozzy which produced Picasso stripes in 2010 and Henrietta x Ozzy in 2012  They produced a nice litter of 12 babies on 09/01/2013 but none with lateral stripes.  I believe Ginger does not have the lateral stripe genetics. .


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  2013 Ann x Diablo litter
Ann, A very nice High Red female was bred by Diablo another High Red animal.  This a repeat of a 2011 litter that produced very nice babies.  Born on 08/27/2013.


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  2013 Gertrude x Moon litter
Gertrude, a very nice High Red female hold back was bred by Moon, a unrelated High Red hold back.  This is a very nice litter of red BRB's born on 08/10/2013.


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  "Hypo and/or Anery" litters - Litters one or more Hypo and/or Anery parents
  2013 Olive Oyl - Popeye
Olive Oyl, a nice het Anery was bred by Popeye, a visual Anery (both Sharp line).  This is a very nice litter of Anery and Het Anery babies born 08/31/2013. 

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2013 Minnie - Billy the Kid
Minnie, a nice Het Hypo from EBN and Billy the Kid a very nice Hypo from Mark Hauge produced a very nice litter of Hypo's and Hets on 09/16/2013. 

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  2013 Jamie-Mickey
Jamie, a very nice high color hey Hypo was bred by Mickey a beautiful Hypo from EBN.  This is a very nice litter of High color Hypos and het Hypos born on 08/26/2013. 

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  2012 TA-BK litter
Tawney, A very nice Sharp line Anery, was bred by Billy the Kid a beautiful Hypo.  They produced my second litter of DH Ghosts.  Several pairs avai1able along with a few lone males including one semi unrelated male from my 2010 DN-PE litter. 

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  "Aberrant" litters - Litters with one or more Aberrant line parents
   
  2013 OY-BI litter
 Oyster, a 2007 Pearl Phase female was bred by Biwa, another 2007 Pearl phase BRB.  They produced an amazing litter of 9 babies, all pearls and some were very light at birth. 


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  2013 Pearl x Pistachio litter
Pearl, a very nice Pearl female was bred by Pistachio, another very nice pearl BRB.  This is a very nice litter of Pearls born 07/25/2013.


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  2013 Harriet x Ozzy litter
Harriet, a bold crescent female from Will Bird was bred by Ozzy her Striped littermate.  Same pairing that has produced aberrant babies in the past.  Thirteen babies produced, several with significant striping!  I think more and more that this has to be genetic and could be either recessive or dominant.  More work needed to prove the trait. This litter was born 09/09/2013.


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  2013 Abby x Wacko litter
Abby, a very nice bold crescent female was bred by Wacko, a very aberrant male.  Both are related to Harriet and Ozzy which produced lateral stripes in 2010  They produced a very nice litter of 11 babies some with aberrant side markings and dorsal to lateral stripes.  This litter was born 09/18/2013.


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  All babies in the litters below are either
Sold or on Hold
   
   
   
  2013 Savannah x Phoenix litter
Savannah was bred by her 2005 offspring Phoenix. This pairing has produced exceptional animals in the past and this litter was no exception.  11 amazing babies born on 09/30/2013. 

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  2011 PEARL x  HYPO PR-MI litter
Pearl, a very nice Pearl female was bred by Mickey a beautiful Hypo from EBN.  This is a very nice litter of out-crossed het Hypos that are also Pearl related asnd may throw Pearls in the future.


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  2012 HE-OZ litter
Similar to the 2010 Dot x Ozzy pairing below, This was with Dot's sister Henrietta a bold crescent female from Will Bird.  She was also bred by Ozzy her Striped half sibling.  Fourteen babies produced, some with aberrant side patterns like the other Ozzy litters.  I still think this is genetic and could be either recessive or dominant.  More work needed to prove the trait.


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  2012 DT-OZ litter
Similar to my 2010 Harriet x Ozzy  pairing, This was with Harriet's half sister Dot, a bold crescent female from Will Bird.  She was also bred by Ozzy her Striped half sibling.  Eleven babies produced, a couple with aberrant side patterns like the Harriet x Ozzy litters.  I still think this is genetic and could be either recessive or dominant.  More work needed to prove the trait.


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Miscellaneous Available BRB's Price Description:
     
     
     
     

 

 

 

Example Pictures Characteristics

Hypo

Hypomelanism in BRB's has been proven through breeding trials to be a recessive trait. The animals are very noticeably lighter in color and the typical black areas are light to chocolate brown in color. The original hypos were produced in 1994 from a pair of siblings that were bred together and subsequently sold to EBV. My Hypo's are directly related to the origin of the EBV line of hypomelanistic BRB's. I am currently working on producing several lines of mostly unrelated animals. "Mostly unrelated" since ALL EBV line hypos are directly descended from two original sibling animals. I have plans to produce eight partially related heterozygous lines from several different hypos and eight totally unrelated normals. These eight lines will be crossed with each other to produce four distinct unrelated lines of Hypomelanistic BRB's.

Het Hypo

Normal looking BRB's that have one hypomelanistic gene and when bred to another BRB with the same gene will produce some hypo babies.

High Orange

BRB's specifically bred for the brightest of orange colors.

High Red

Similar to High Orange but bred for bright red colors.

Calico

A pattern morph where areas are turning white.  I took this project over from Brian Sharp (lol, he still has the original male for sale on his website over a year later).  According to Brian, he was originally sold as a normal in CA.  At two or three years of age, he shed off areas of color and has been that way ever since.  I have already produced two litters of offspring and am working on producing more.  Only time will tell if his babies bred back to him and/or together will produce more babies (adults) like him. 

Eclipse

A pattern morph where the side crescents are completely missing.  Sometimes leaving a light blush in the middle of the side medalions.  Has shown up in a few babies descended from Savannah, an adult I acquired in 2004.  Working to see if this is genetic and can produce more. 

Lateral Striped

Picked up this girl early 2007 along with her mom and siblings.  Mom is a WC female that dropped this litter in captivity.  Raising them up for now.

Lateral Striped 2

Had this male show up in Harriet and Ozzy's 2010 litter along with several other lateral striped babies.  I believe it to be genetic and will continue working with them.

Bull's Eye

A pattern morph where the side crescent patterns are so exaggerated they will sometimes form complete circles. These are still in development and at this time have some side patterns complete. My current first generation breeding trials show this trait is most likely polygenic or not specifically tied to one gene but is definitely passed on from parent to offspring in a varying degree. The babies range from less crescent to much more crescent. As I breed this trait through the next few generations I expect this to continue where the babies are plus and minus the parents. As the parents approach fuller Bull's Eyes, the babies should get better and better. Future plans include breeding this pattern morph into all of my color lines

Pearl

A pattern morph where the side crescent patterns are so exaggerated they are completely crescent colored, no black.  This likely an extension of Bullseye and is also likely polygenic or not specifically tied to one gene but is definitely passed on from parent to offspring in a varying degree.  Future plans also include breeding this pattern morph into all of my color lines

Normal

As if that can be said for a BRB, they all show amazing colors and patterns along with the rainbow iridescence that is typical to the species. All my breeders are being selected for specific traits and the babies are getting better and better with each generation.