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- Date of birth/Age - 19th November 2008, 4 weeks on Wednesday
- Sex - bucks- Colour/Variety - Very light coloured fawn almost like a cream but do have a ginger tint to them, one could be argente due to a blue tint to the under coat.
- Price - £4.50
- Collectible From - Hammerwich
- What the mouse carries- Argente
- If it is a doe, whether or not it has already had a litter - n/a
- Reason for sale - Not needed due to down sizing the mousery.
 

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if neither are argente, they can't carry argente. i *think* that's right, because argente/agouti is dominant (isnt it? - i'm beginning to doubt myself!) ;)
 

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Agouti is dominant over black, but the pink eyed gene gene that turns agouti into argente or black into dove is recessive, so an agouti mouse can carry it without showing and will give birth to both argentes and agoutis when bred to an argente or another agouti carrying pink eyed dilute.

Sarah xxx
 
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The fawn boy has now been reserved and going to a new home tomorrow, and the Argente ?? male is still looking but he has alot of interest shown from another mouser just up the road from me.
 
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