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Old 06-19-2016, 09:50 PM
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Originally Posted by StarlingWings View Post
As Toni said, the reason that females seem to be more common is because of the fact that Ino, like Opaline, Cinnamon, and TCB, are sex-linked genes. Thus, any male with the gene won't show it unless it has it on both X chromosomes whereas females only need one copy of the gene to show it visually as they only have one X chromosome
In other words, what you're saying is that, there is twice as many visually Inos females than Inos males.