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    CF leachianus (type A). If I'm correct it's a variation of grand terre that is usually characterized by dark coloration and very small blotching on the body compared to the larger blotching of grand terres. They obtain a length of 18+ inches and weigh a decent amount more than regular GT's. CF's also usually run a price of about 800-1200 per hatchling. I must say that they're pretty freaking awesome though!!!
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    4.3.1 Rhacodactylus ciliatus
    0.0.1 Rhacodactylus chahoua
    0.0.1 Rhacodactylus leachianus leachianus (B)
    1.0.0 ball python
    0.1.0 BCI
    0.2.0 leopard geckos

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    what size do they max out at?

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    I'm not quite sure. I've never seen anything that gives a super great description of them. I think that they get a good 20 inches (or so I've heard). I only know of like 2 people that breed them. Maybe Bobby Pruett will drop in and state the facts since he breeds them. I'd really like to know if all dark morph GT's are CF or if GT can be dark morph without being CF. And what does CF stand for? Those are some things that I have no idea about. :wink:
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    4.3.1 Rhacodactylus ciliatus
    0.0.1 Rhacodactylus chahoua
    0.0.1 Rhacodactylus leachianus leachianus (B)
    1.0.0 ball python
    0.1.0 BCI
    0.2.0 leopard geckos

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    Mike Conley of http://www.greyparrotexotics.com/splashpage.htm produces the most Cf's. I can say that the ones I have are monsters compared to other GT leachies. At one year of age they can hit 12 to 13in and around 150 grams. Full blown adult can pass the 400 gram mark with ease. Heres a pic of a hatchling thats just a few days old
    and yes thats the 5in mark by its tail. Heres a yearling inside a sweater box set-up 16in long X 10in wide X 6.5in high

    I hope this helps.

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