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  1. #81
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    I wouldn't have enough self control in there! i think one would've crawled into my pocket

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    It wasn't easy. I saw some that I will be looking into later on... probably some whitewalls!

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    Any photos of how all the breeders and hatchlings are kept?Would be interesting to see how such a large collection is housed!
    -Chris

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    These are some recent progeny, sired by Killer, that are out crossed to some of my animals. You can see the potential...
    please excuse the cell pics.

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    I automatically like the first one.
    Crested geckos 4:5:15
    Chewie. 0:1:1

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    Must be the red base that caught your eye. This line does well when out breeding to reds. This is a red base with orange, from the haloween, pattern.

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    Yes of course the red base attracted me.
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    Wow I love the colors, it's pretty much it.

    แทงบอลออนไลน์ sbo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Tom View Post
    Here is Patient Zero!

    I have an update on the status of this project!
    There are quite a few eggs incubating at this time. It is most likely not recessive... unless the odds have been really awful. With crested geckos, mendelian genetics are most likely not applicable...
    I discussed this with Matt and we are both thinking that stacking alleles and hardening them over generations, will give the best odds at hitting a visual expression.
    It looks like a great year of egg production, so... fingers crossed!
    His hands look just like mine, I am an interesting color morph as well :-).
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    So many beautiful geckos! Must have felt like a kid in a candy store!
    1.1.0 Crested Geckos "Jackson Pollock" and "Pumpkin Spice" 1.0.0 Chahoua "Urmel" 1.1 Red eared sliders "Freddy Krueger" (25 years) and "Mucki" (45 years) RIP Peppermint (Green Anole)

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