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    Thread: Half Doitsu & Half Wagoi??

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      Half Doitsu & Half Wagoi??

      Anybody seen this type of scales?

      It's some type of Ogon(I think) but any idea what scalation type this actually is?

      At first I thought it was a Wagoi, but then I noticed it had the typical big German scales on the lateral line, and the "invisible" zipper along the dorsal.
      But there are regular scales in the shoulder area...or is this just congregated zippers, giving the illusion that it's a Wagoi?

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      I think you would have to class this as Doitsu even though the shoulder scales are a little different.

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      Quote Originally Posted by FRK View Post
      I think you would have to class this as Doitsu even though the shoulder scales are a little different.
      Yes, I would say linear scaled Doitsu because of the lateral line scales. I have seen some with some extra scales on the "shoulder", though maybe not this many. Not sure what causes that. I'm pretty sure this one had the Doitsu gene pair (Nn) and at least one dominate "scales" genes (SS or Ss) to make that lateral line row, otherwise it would be leather.

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