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Old 12-27-2013, 03:22 AM
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I explained to her what lacewings were and she actually has 2 that are possible lacewings! But adults and both female. The white one appears to have markings and cheek patches but the picture isn't great. The yellow, is it a lacewing or a fallow?
They both have red eyes.


She asked me a bunch of questions and I'm trying to answer them, I'll try to get her to join the forum but in the mean time.

What would it take to get lacewing babies? The genetics calc said they're recessive but I thought lacewing was sex-linked? In which case she'd need to breed the split for lacewing male babies right?
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