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    Default tiger? brindle? what's the difference?

    I saw this guy fired up last night....looks dark, but not quite black. He has somewhat of a green cast to him. Would you call him a dark brindle? Not sure on the difference between tiger and brindle. Any thoughts?

    ps - sorry about the poor pic quality, night time photos in the cage never turn out.
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    ok, so tiger is stripes on the dorsal line. So this guy is a brindle? maybe?

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    looks pretty much like a harlequin to me


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    Hi Christin,
    My first thought when seeing Aniah was that he is perhaps
    a harlequin or extreme harlequin. He's neat.

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    I would say he is a harlequin. I don't think he has enough pattern to be an extreme harlequin but I a sure he has alot more pattern than a flame. I think harlequin would be a good classefication for this guy.

    P.S.- Where did you get tiger or brindle at?
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