Aliases: Anery

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Last Updated: 2022-01-13

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Anery is a recessive mutation.

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Bryan Barczyk of BHB has long had a line of Anery Florida Kings, but there is no data on when or how he got them. Recently it’s been rumoured that his stock may now be carrying both Anery, and Axanthic genes, or combinations of each in het form. [1]

In 2020, Daniel Parker hatched out Anery babies from a locality Miami Dade county pair. [2]

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Aneries will have some color in their irises, where the Axanthics will have jet black eyes. [3]


The Anerythristic gene removes all red color, and is sometimes confused with the Axanthic gene. The two genes create very similar effects, but the experienced enthusiasts can usually tell the difference. Aneries tend to have wider windows on their flanks, and are more muddied in their pure state. They also appear less speckled than Axanthics. [4]


Lloyd Lemke sold his line as Aneries many years ago, but today we would call those Axanthics. [5]

Proven Lines

There is a clean black and white line, but it is unclear if this look is due to the red color added in from Flames. Reportedly there was a black and white line long before Agosta started mixing them into his Flame line, but the history is unknown. [6]

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  • Anery Snow (Anerythristic Lavender Albino)
  • Phantom (Anerythristic Peanut Butter)
  • True Snow (Amelanistic Anerythristic)

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