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    Smile first project

    I don't know there lineage or anything, i'm just hoping for some super Dalmatian babies but hey you never know what your gonna get right? literally less then 5 mins of introducing them in her cage they were breeding. they were both virgins. i have owned them since they were 7G and 11G picked one up at NARBC Anaheim in 2013 and one in 2012 at Pomona ca reptile super expo ....i will up date this thread once i have eggs then hopefully babies!!!!! sorry for i phone pics will be taking some nice dslr shots later this weekend

    male "pepper" 42g fires up kinda dark not a hole lot of pattern except for his back and he has a good amount of spots.

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    female "tammy" 50G she fires up bright red similar to no pattern like pepper but she has more spots then pepper and some of the spots are red.

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    Nice crests on Tammy!

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    Thank you!!!!

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    Hopefully you can get some dark O.D. Green ones. I love the dark green color. Between the 2 you will for sure get some awesome head structure and crests possibly more spots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Viking View Post
    Hopefully you can get some dark O.D. Green ones. I love the dark green color. Between the 2 you will for sure get some awesome head structure and crests possibly more spots.
    That's what I'm going for time will tell I will be happy with what ever pops out.

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    I agree with other posters. The female has some really nice crests. AND, they both have that great head structure that we all look for.

    Bes of luck with your breeding project. Please show us pics of the babies when they hatch.

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    I will be updating as soon as she lays some eggs and then once they hatch!!

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    Looking forward to it.

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    Paired them up again on 3/27/15 and on 4/22/15..... noticed her the other night digging around the lay box still no eggs

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    How long do you leave them together when you pair them. They also dig practice holes for a few days before they lay. Just watch where she digs and eventually you should find eggs.

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