Type: Incomplete Dominant
First Produced By: Reach Out Reptiles
Aliases: Het BluEL, Het Blue Eyed Leucistic
First Produced In: Unknown
Last Updated: 2022-03-10
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Phantom is an incomplete dominant mutation.
Up until 2020, phantom was almost never available above the 50% pure Super Dwarf mark. 
Phantom impacts not only the color, but the pattern as well.
Patterning is reduced slightly, somewhat like the platinum gene, but it has much more of a blended wash, versus the pixelated look of a platinum.
Phantoms have large white side rosettes and the pattern is pulled up on the back with the Super Dwarf influence. 
Phantoms have a jagged, angular, tail pattern. 
No known proven lines
Cow retics hatch looking just like many other Blue-Eyed Lucys, but because of the nature of Orange Ghost Stripes relationship with Phantom the animal will undergo a change in color and pattern as it grows.
Very small spots wil, appear with every day that goes by, more
and more color becomes infused on the animal until, as an adult, it’ll have potentially as much black as it has white on its body and end up looking something like a Jersey cow, which is where they got their name.
If you look really closely at a Cow retic, you can actually see remnants of yellow patterning kind of embedded in the white of the body.