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    Arrow BRINDLE!

    Brindle is thought to be an extreme tiger but is really a pattern all its own. The key difference between tiger and brindle is the fact that brindle patterning is more subtle with a wider zone coverage then that of the tiger, which is bold, defined and confined more to the mid-section.

    Color:

    Like tigers, brindles are said to have a uniform color in all the pattern zones which is lighter then the pattern color and reaches into and through the dorsal area.

    Pattern:

    The pattern extends to the neck and head and is more of a uniform, overall coverage patterning that includes all pattern zones. Super brindles have the same patterning but more intense and better zone coverage.


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    The quad-striped pinner is a crested gecko that has not only a full pinstripe but a lateral stripe, that is also structural, and exists on the sides of a crested between zones C and D. These are also called "sideburns". It typically runs from about the front leg to the back leg and is raised as much as the pinstripes on the dorsal are.
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