I want you to think about this. If you have two dragons and you don't understand their genetics, don't pair them together.
If you have two dragons and you don't understand what breeding requires, including the constraints of time, money, and resources, don't pair them together.
If you have two dragons and you can't tell me what would be produced from them (i.e. what the babies would be), don't pair them together. *Note that this includes so-called "breeders" who produce clutches and cannot properly identify the genetics of what they produce.
If you have two dragons that are breeding age or older and you're not absolutely positive that they're both females, don't house them together. "Accidental" pairings are never a legitimate reason to incubate eggs.
If you want breeding advice and haven't researched properly, don't ask. Locate good resources and a mentor to guide you. Its seriously the best way, in my opinion. People in facebook groups will give you 1,000 different ways and 990 of those opinions will likely come from people who don't understand basic genetics.
If you are pairing dragons together, determine what your motive is. Are you doing it to make money? Thinking you can sell the babies quickly and make a few bucks? Want to see what will happen, or some other reason?
Let me explain something. The people that I'm describing that paired dragons -- the ones who have no actual, deep concept of dragon genetics, or on the opposite end, the breeders that paired together purposely what they knew would produce the most visuals, the most trans, etc. to cash out quick, I've had those babies. People aren't stupid - we know the approximate ratios (i.e. relatisic ratios) for legitimate het x het pairings on zeros and wits and what are obvious visual x het pairings.
I've personally dealt with the hatch defects from said pairings. In the past, I've actually cared for and raised dragons with deformities and issues so many I can't even list. Everything from eating issues to lethargy, organ defects found later in life, like the heart never formed properly and caused sudden death, blindness both at hatch or in some cases, later in life, seizures, neurological disorders, muscle development issues and just an entire shit ton of other issues.
It doesn't matter how pretty a hypo trans dragon with stripes is, if he's hatched deformed from a trans x trans pairing.
I <-- me. I am the reason why you should stop and actually think about what you're doing. I can show you pictures of babies from bad pairings and so can other members of this group and many other groups.
When you have no idea of what you're doing and you don't understand genetics or what it takes to actually pair dragons to produce solid babies, you're doing an immense disservice to the community in general, that's too big to even explain. You're not advancing the species as a whole in any manner. You're actually setting it back. You're producing hatchlings that will immediately be at risk for a multitude of issues and possibly death. Why do that to a living being? Slow your roll and stop, listen, and think about what you're doing before you pair your dragons together. I don't care what breeder they came from. Having quality dragons is only less than an inkling of what's acceptable or not, when it comes to breeding. A breeder can sell you almost any dragon and claim its "breeder quality." Whether it is or not is a whole different issue.
Stop and actually put your ego aside and listen to others who are more experienced, before deciding if you should pair your dragons together.