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What do you mean exactly?
I don't understand what you are asking.
Maybe if you worded what you were asking in a different way, someone would be able to answer your question.
 

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i mean what is each group :?: like i have an albino and he is uder the read dose that mean that he is cooman or a good breed to breed with :?: sorry if its confusing(because i just want to learn because knowledge is power!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!) :D
 

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like somebody above mentioned, the different colors on the chart are just to make it easier for people to see the different categories. i'm nearly positive that one color, whether it be blue, yellow, or green means anything significant.

correct me if i'm wrong here!
 

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justin j said:
i mean what is each group :?: like i have an albino and he is uder the read dose that mean that he is cooman or a good breed to breed with :?: sorry if its confusing(because i just want to learn because knowledge is power!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!) :D
The colour chart let's you see what you'll get from specific breedings. It's a simple chart for interpreting hedgehog colour mode of inheritance.

Albinism is a recessive gene that overrides existing colour. The colour is still there, but an albino hedgehog is unable to produce melanins - the pigments necessary for colour production. As such, the outcome of an albino to coloured hedgehog breeding would depend on the albino hedgehog's hidden colour set. This would require a minimum 3 generation full pedigree and a few "test" breedings in order to sleuth that hidden colour set.

Knowledge is power, but it's also hard work and requires wisdom for accurate application. :)

Bryan
 
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