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    Default My gargs in all their unfired glory

    Caught all my guys except 2 unfired today and a few of them looked sweet. I'm usually an fired up kind of guy, but Ridley and Kraid in particular usually look pretty sweet unfired.

    Ridley


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    sweet looking gargs
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    Kraid is really neat looking!
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    Great looking Gargs!
    I'm really starting to like mine more, and more every day.
    Gargs are seriously underrated IMHO...

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    They look great! Little no name has some serious orange going on, can't wait to see what it grows into.

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    Always have loved Kraids pattern! You have got a nice collection going.
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    Misty, I would love to pair the unnamed gal(?) with your orange/red stripe boy if she does turn out female.

    Misty and Sarah, I have some special plans for Kraid. She'll be paired with Ridley for some wicked, red banded babies.

    Andi, little no-name has some sweet horns already too and it's only at 7g


    Now all of my juvies need to magically put on 30g...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Terradas View Post
    Misty, I would love to pair the unnamed gal(?) with your orange/red stripe boy if she does turn out female.

    Misty and Sarah, I have some special plans for Kraid. She'll be paired with Ridley for some wicked, red banded babies.
    I was thinking Kraid + Ridley would make an awesome pair! I'd be interested in one of their babies!

    We'll see how busy my red stripe boy will be next spring, if he has time for another lady I'm sure we could work something out. That hopeful-girl looks like she has some nice orange going, I have an orange blotch boy from Steven who I might not have any plans for next spring- if the red stripe is too busy :P
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    Only 7g.....dang, I haven't seen one that little with such pronounced horns like that. Very nice!

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    I hate to say this but, in my experience, gargs that show horns at such a small size tend to be much older than the size would indicate. You should not see any true horns on a garg till 10+ grams. Keep a eye on it and watch for abnormalities. It could just have been a slow growth issue but best to be aware and watch. Like I said, this is just my .02.
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