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    Default Little halloween

    Love how this one is turnng out - 4 months old (not fully fired)


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    11.20. ? - R. ciliatus.
    2.2.1 - R. chahoua.
    2.2. - R sarasinorum.
    1.5 - R auriculatus.
    1.1 - R. leachianus leachianus Mt Kogis.

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    Hi,
    I think I have one like yours without the side markings. It is very small for it's age.
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    Very nice. Love the color potential, and the lateral pinning.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Percy- pigeon View Post
    Hi,
    I think I have one like yours without the side markings. It is very small for it's age.
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    Thanks, yours is very pretty

    Quote Originally Posted by amandarenee View Post
    Very nice. Love the color potential, and the lateral pinning.
    Thank you, the father is my full pinner from TUG, and mother is a homebred phantom pinner
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    11.20. ? - R. ciliatus.
    2.2.1 - R. chahoua.
    2.2. - R sarasinorum.
    1.5 - R auriculatus.
    1.1 - R. leachianus leachianus Mt Kogis.

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    Hi ,
    The father to this one is one of 10 pinstriped males imported by a petshop in Crystal palace from Urban gecko.

    Mother is a dark green with very faint extreme harley markings (when fired up almost black) from Eastbourne.

    This pair produce such a variety from extreme harleys to pinstripes and halloweens.

    One think I have noticed though is that the two hatchlings in each clutch are always very similar in colours, which makes me wonder that the temperature that eggs are incubated at, effect the colours of the hatchlings.

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    Hi we got the male (father to the halloween) back in April 2008, from Chaz at Snakes 'N' Adders (who is a friend of Darrens). The clutchmate to the halloween was sold (and was similar) we incubate at around 75 deg.
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    11.20. ? - R. ciliatus.
    2.2.1 - R. chahoua.
    2.2. - R sarasinorum.
    1.5 - R auriculatus.
    1.1 - R. leachianus leachianus Mt Kogis.

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    Maybe they are related then.

    I got the father Saturn in Jan 2009. He was fully grown and the last pinstriped Darren had. This is him .Name:  med1063.jpg
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    He has produced some beautiful geckos like Pheobe Name:  photo.JPG
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    This is their sweet but plain mum to all of them Name:  DSCF0096.jpg
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    I found the egg for this Halloween at the bottom of the tank and have no idea how long it had been there for and could only find one.

    I have been keeping my eggs ontop of the hood using the lights to keep them warm during the day and a nearby heat lamp when very cold at night.
    Eggs I do know when they were layed take between 75 to 85 days to hatch.
    I did keep a thermometer in the lay box to start with, but took it out a while ago. I will try to remember to put a thermometer in the egg box tomorrow, as I cannot remember what the temperature was, just that it was ok.

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    This is my male from TUG father of the halloween
    Lucifer old pic


    And the mother Berry, who is from my F1 female Spice
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    11.20. ? - R. ciliatus.
    2.2.1 - R. chahoua.
    2.2. - R sarasinorum.
    1.5 - R auriculatus.
    1.1 - R. leachianus leachianus Mt Kogis.

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    Well your Lucifer has the same sort of look in his face and the same coloured head as my Saturn, maybe they are brothers or half brothers. I can see where your red is coming from in your halloween harley.
    Mine is more of a halloween flame.
    Have noticed that eggs hatched in incubator at higher temperatures are never pinstriped.
    Eggs taking longer around 80 days are more likly to be pinstriped, with this pair anyway.
    Had to travel to England and did not have time to put thermometer in with eggs . Back to Alderney in two weeks.

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    I have had a few pinners hatch at 68 days from this male, different mothers though.
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    11.20. ? - R. ciliatus.
    2.2.1 - R. chahoua.
    2.2. - R sarasinorum.
    1.5 - R auriculatus.
    1.1 - R. leachianus leachianus Mt Kogis.

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