why are these plants autos when I was expecting PP?

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So last year I grew 4 autos, I two strains auto cheese and auto quarter pounder. The seeds got mixed up so wasn't sure which plant this was but I also grew some bag seeds from bud that was called Gorilla glue by the dealer (grew like and looked like the GG#4 I researched) so I had a few seeds from that and planted them and ended up getting a male from that and a female was letting the male .grow long enough to save some pollen before I killed it but somehow one of the autos got pollinated by this Gg#4? Both the male and female from those seeds grew as PP, so I expected that the offspring from the auto and this male would be half photo half auto and grow like photos and would have to breed them again to get 25% autos the next season but somehow atleast 50% of this f1 have turned out to be autos how is that possible? The only thing I can think of is those bag seeds were half auto already does this sound right?
 
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It seems like the majority of the seeds that actually germinated from these have turned out auto. It has cause me alot of confusion after all the research I did that said that the autoflower gene is reccesive. I would of thought having half the parentage be from a.photoperiod plant that they would have been all photoperiods. I had read that in the wild there is dominant autoflower genes but not in the breeding population has that changed? Am I witnessing a complete fluke?
 

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