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    Quote Originally Posted by CrestieFu View Post
    Love your Frogger! So jealous of that size without being a flabmonster, plus she is gorgeous (nice developed pinscales too!) Do you have babies from her?
    Thank you!! I love her to bits and I love that she's a good weight for being so long lol. She's quite old (6 years!)so her pinscales are really nice and developed. I have tons of babies from her, I paired her with a really nice orange brindle reverse pinstripe this season
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    I don't know why I ever sold him lol.
    Almost all of the babies she put out have turned out as extreme harlequin's with brindle patterning (the brindle splits up the lateral pattern) and reverse pinstriping which stops the laterals from coming in contact with the dorsal, I'll have to get some pictures of her babies cause they're really nice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Niffarious View Post
    This is my most unique at the moment I guess (we will see when some of these hatchlings grow...)

    At first, I thought he was very plain - but it turned out it was just that his pattern covered so much of his body. He's like...orange on orange on orange-red, and I can never get a super accurate photo of his colours...but he almost looks like he glows in every photo.

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    What a cool little fellow! Love how bright he his, and those color layers are sweet Will be neat to see how he continues to develop!

    Quote Originally Posted by Last_Creature View Post
    Thank you!! I love her to bits and I love that she's a good weight for being so long lol. She's quite old (6 years!)so her pinscales are really nice and developed. I have tons of babies from her, I paired her with a really nice orange brindle reverse pinstripe this season
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    I don't know why I ever sold him lol.
    Almost all of the babies she put out have turned out as extreme harlequin's with brindle patterning (the brindle splits up the lateral pattern) and reverse pinstriping which stops the laterals from coming in contact with the dorsal, I'll have to get some pictures of her babies cause they're really nice.
    What a pretty boy! I think I saw a few pics of some of your adorable babies earlier but don't think I saw dad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CrestieFu View Post
    What a cool little fellow! Love how bright he his, and those color layers are sweet Will be neat to see how he continues to develop!
    He's got a great disposition, and his colours stand out so much. He's a bit of a slow grower (he mostly refuses insects of any kind) but I think he is going to be quite a nice looking fellow. I just love that he went from such a pale looking baby to...pretty much a glow worm.

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    This is Dekstest. He looks like just a plain-o gecko, but he is very unique to me.
    When he is not fired up, he is a pale lavender color with a dark brown/almost black 'dorsal outline'. When he is fired, he is a sandy orange with a green 'dorsal outline'. (a dorsal outline is like a reverse pinstripe, but its not straight like one, if that makes sense.)
    I also like to call him Edward Collen. He sparkles in the sun.
    In these photos, you can see the sparkles and can see the outline, but it doesnt show up very green.




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    Beautiful, I'm digging the clean one.

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    This thread is making me jealous here are my two babies
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