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    Perhaps my fave hatchling in a LONG time. This bugger popped out on 4/30/12 and looked like this:





    Took these pics today (10/5/12):








    I'm guessing the phantom spots are staying!

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    Nice! I always noticed that my 'phantom' spots on my geckos ALWAYS ended up turning red. I can't say that for everyone but it has always been true for me
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    The parents of this one always produce animals that start off with all black spots and then some of those turn red from the inside out. This is the first hatchling from the pair that had phantom spots. Any animal that I have seen here with phantom spots has then disappear over time, so curious as to what is happening with this one. Interesting that you have them turn red!

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    Maybe it's just the genetics I'm working with but, these kids



    turn into this. almost every time. The following images are all of the same girl. Crazy huh?



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    That's alot of spots.

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    I was hoping you would post an update on this baby! Thanks for sharing! I'm sure it's going to keep getting more awsome.

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    Wow. Very neat spots. Lots of oil spots!!
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    Ir'a Mega Dal!!!!!
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    Let's just say my house is a zoo)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eyelashexotics View Post
    Nice! I always noticed that my 'phantom' spots on my geckos ALWAYS ended up turning red. I can't say that for everyone but it has always been true for me
    Same here...well, maybe not ALWAYS, but turning red is the case for most. I've only had a single fella keep that oily look, and only a few whose oil spots faded, the rest turned red.

    Congrats on that kiddo, Mike. That's one to be proud of for sure!!

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    love. <3
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