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    Smile My Maiden Voyage in Breeding Reptiles --Red-Cream Ciliatus 2012

    After several months of reading, inquiring, and preparation, I am happy to show off my first ever
    pairing I would love to hear feedback on the pair. What information should I post with a pairing?
    What questions would you ask if you were to inquire about offspring? Thanks for reading, and more
    importantly, thank you so much for welcoming me into the hobby!

    Male: Apollo
    Weight: 42 grams
    Morph/Color: Red-cream extreme harlequin
    *A breeding loan from my colleague Levi Storks



    Female: Pockets full of Posey (Posey)
    Weight: 43 grams
    Morph/Color: Pinky tricolor harly thing



    Thanks guys!
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    That male is amazing! That is a great first pairing. Exactly what you posted with who bred them (if know).


    Sign me up for their kids! =)
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    Awesome pairing. That male is incredible
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    Oooo This should be nice!
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    wow your male is stunning!

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    Very nice!
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    Wonderful pair! I can't wait to see their babies. I would love to have one of their little ones.
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    Great pair! I'm an info junky and like to know specific mother & father info as well as who bred them. If there are any other offspring they've had together or from different partners, that's really valuable as to what potential genetics lay beneath the surface.
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    Update: Posey's first clutch were duds, but her second clutch will be hatching any day now !! Eggs were kept at 70F so let's hope for big healthy babies!

    I am also excited to announce that Apollo will be joining my clan as a permanent breeder! Yay!

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    They're both stunning!! Some friends of mine are looking for a white-and-possibly red crested, so I'll be sure to let them know! Congrats on the new eggs, and yay for Apollo!!!!
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