PIONEERTOWN ANERYTHRISTIC (Natural)
The Pioneertown Anerythristic is unique among the Anery's as it was produced in captivity rather than wild caught. In 1993 Mitch Allen purchased from Ralph Crouch a neonate pair of normal appearing wild type pioneertown rosys. Crouch represented the litter as produced from personally wild caught parents. In 1999 Allen bred the pair and was surprised to find an Anerythristic appearing male baby in a litter of three offspring. After the next two years of unsuccessfully breeding the newly discovered het anery parents, Allen sold the pair to a local pet shop. In 2004 Allen bred the male Anerythristic to his sibling female and produced two more anery offspring proving the gene recessive. The Pioneertown Anery exhibits a light grey-silver background color. It's fairly straight striping retains a slight brownish purple hue. Its eyes exhibit a dramatic looking light blue iris with a black pupil. Compatibility of this gene with the other Anerythristic genes has not yet been attempted.