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    Default Non-Rhac picspam - Agricolae Content

    Meet Gepetto, my lone holdback male E. Agricolae from last season. I hatched out a few nice babies, all of whom had some nice orange scales down their backs as most Agricolae hatchlings do, but for most, those scales fade in the first few weeks of life. Oddly, Gepetto seems to be holding onto his so...I decided to hold onto him. He is now about 3g of manly supermodel and his orange seems to be sticking around, so we'll see what happens.

    None the less, one of my other hobbies is orchids and he certainly seemed to enjoy them as well































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    Wow, those are some amazing photos!
    Adorable little guy you have there ;D
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    Great photos! These guys are so hard to get great pictures of because of their size.
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    Quote Originally Posted by loui1203 View Post
    Wow, those are some amazing photos!
    Adorable little guy you have there ;D
    Thanks...he is a keeper!

    Quote Originally Posted by Terradas View Post
    Great photos! These guys are so hard to get great pictures of because of their size.
    No kidding! I think I literally took ~300 pics of him to narrow it down to these few. Even with a macro lens, they move SO fast and are so little that getting decent pics of them is nearly impossible!
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    Beautiful & Cute pictures! Were these taken outside?! You are braver than I LOL

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    He is very flash!

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    Pretty pics! Though with that last pic I get the unsettling feeling that he's trying to be one of those fan-necked venom-spitting dinosaurs from Jurassic Park...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaybee View Post
    Pretty pics! Though with that last pic I get the unsettling feeling that he's trying to be one of those fan-necked venom-spitting dinosaurs from Jurassic Park...
    LMAO! Totally agree!
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    What a very handsome boy; that orange looks pretty cool
    Will be interesting to see if his future offspring produce this as well.

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    Thanks for the compliments, guys!
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