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    Cool Pandora progression shots.

    I thought it best to put all the progression photos in one post so here they are.

    hatch 9/1/10 (3.6g)


    9/22/10


    10/11/10



    10/25/10


    11/24/10 (5.9g)


    12/25/10 (7.2g)



    2/1/2011 about 8.5g (friend is borrowing my scale atm)
    100% fired down all the way.




    3/11/11


    4/22/11 Out in the sun!




    Been a while. 9/19/11 Just at 25grams and a year old now! WOOT!


    She is now over 38g and 16 months old. (windowsill shot)

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    What is curious to me is that some gargs lose coloration as they grow. I would guess this was a result of the colored scales 'spreading out' with growth. Your garg babies seem to gain color instead. Can we see pics of this garg's parents?
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    Parents are

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    Rowens stipes are red when fired and has a bit of a base red color. Im hoping the baby will get the base red as it ages... by the look of some of the scales on the face it will.
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    The baby does appear more colorful than both of the parents! How cool.
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    Gorgeous lil critter. <3
    3.6.3 R. ciliatus; 0.1 R. leachianus; 1.1.1 G. gecko; 1.0 G. ulikovskii
    0.1 Heterodon nasicus
    1.1 Eumeces schneideri; 0.0.3 Bombina orientalis; 0.0.2 Archispirostreptus gigas

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    That is one SEXY garg! Loving that orange side stripe; I don't think it will lose any of the orange from that stripe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aethelred View Post
    The baby does appear more colorful than both of the parents! How cool.
    Ive noticed that a few of all offspring from a pair with have more color than the parents. Seems to be about 25% of a season of 8-10 eggs. While about 50% will have the same and the last 25% will have less. Ive also noticed that this also tend to be the progression in the order they are laid. Meaning that the last of the season tend to be the ones with the lest amount of color.
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    Hmm, that's an interesting observation. Do you keep records of these stats? There is so much more territory to cover in the way of garg appearances, I think, and perhaps they can become predictable in a way that cresteds have not been thus far.
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    very nice baby good color as it grows. If it keeps up like that it will blind you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aethelred View Post
    Hmm, that's an interesting observation. Do you keep records of these stats? There is so much more territory to cover in the way of garg appearances, I think, and perhaps they can become predictable in a way that cresteds have not been thus far.

    I try to get pictures at hatch then progress with pictures every few months for all the babies. I can try and see if I could put something together to give examples.
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