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    Awesome, so cool looking! Congrats!

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    wow way to go keepin coming kevin!

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    I wish you huge success!! Adorable baby!
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    Thanks guys. I was pleasantly surprised to find another of my females laying this morning, so it looks like the 2011 and 2012 season will overlap and I'll get to watch them lay, incubate and hatch almost all year long. I'm friggin' lovin' it. The second female laying also means that now I can sell my hatchlings in pairs, since before this morning all the hatchlings I had were from the same female and I'm not going to have any part in inbreeding Leaftails.
    R. Leachianus, R. Auriculatus, U. Fimbriatus, U. Henkeli, U. Sameiti, U. Lineatus, U. Pietschmanni, B. Boivini

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    The clutchmate hatched last night. It's about time I had one sexable right out of the egg.



    R. Leachianus, R. Auriculatus, U. Fimbriatus, U. Henkeli, U. Sameiti, U. Lineatus, U. Pietschmanni, B. Boivini

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    Awww how cute! That new little one is definitely a stunner!
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    ^that one is awesome. How do you sex uroplatus?
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    Some Uroplatus species are sexually dimorphic, meaning they have different pattern traits depending on what sex they are. The above animal is almost definitely female because her pattern is more banded than dorsal.
    R. Leachianus, R. Auriculatus, U. Fimbriatus, U. Henkeli, U. Sameiti, U. Lineatus, U. Pietschmanni, B. Boivini

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    Wow that's a really cool way of telling what sex the baby is! If only it was like that with cresties...
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