When deciding to breed it is best to define clear goals and expect definite results. One must settle for nothing less.
In learning to breed successfully, and in the most efficient manner to obtain definite results, it is important to set these goals and expectations. It is with this writing that I hope to not only describe the major phenotypes that we work with, but also to demonstrate other phenotypes which we remove or dislike. Furthermore I wish to show what phenotypes we can and cannot change. Hopefully, this will help you in your own breeding projects and give full disclosure as to the pure genetics and techniques we use.
Below are soon to be links to each strain and reference material displaying major and minor phenotypes of each species, breeding history and results. Each type will begin with the Goals.