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    Default Hi Guys, please help me double check these morphs, and correct me if i'm wrong.

    Foto 1 High Orange Harlequin
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    Foto 2 Full Pinstripe Harlequin
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    Foto 3 Blond Dalmation
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    Foto 4 Orange Harlequin
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    Foto 5 Halloween
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    Foto 6 Orange Brindle
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    Foto 7 Halloween
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    Foto 8 Quadstripe Tri-colour
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    Foto 9 Full Pinstripe Harlequin
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    Please let me know if i'm wrong on something,
    Thnx,
    Jody

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    1. Orange with Reverse Pinstripe and Dalmatian spotting (sorry but I would not refer to him/her as a high orange).
    2. Same as your classification.
    3. Buckskin with (minimal) Dalmatian spotting.
    4. Same as your classification.
    5. Halloweens are black based with orange patterning. Gecko #4 and #5 are the same gecko?
    6. The photo is blurry but it seems more yellow and brown to me than orange?
    7. I cannot tell from the photo but it does not seem to be black enough or orange enough to call it a Halloween? I would call it a Harlequin.
    8. He is not a Tricolor.
    9. Same as your classification.

    This thread probably would have been better suited being posted in the Crested Gecko Morph Discussion section.
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    Ok, yes the first one is fired down tough. Thnx for your opinion. About 2 same pictures i made a mistake yes.
    Last edited by Jody; 09-14-2015 at 04:27 AM. Reason: mistake

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    Whats with the reversed pinstripe, i thought 'pinstripe' refers to the pins if they appear on the whole side along its back it is a pinstripe if they appear with some missing parts on the dorsal its a partial pinstripe. I dont know a reversed pinstripe? Could you explain please?

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    Reverse Pinstripe refers to that dark line that runs along the underside of the elongated scales. This link has more photos of Reverse Pinstripes and other types of Pinstripes too.
    http://www.pangeareptile.com/forums/...6046-PINSTRIPE!

    * No idea why that photo uploaded so small *
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    Yes, i already thought it was a nice tread to try to combine with a blond/light quad stripe. Thats what i am going to try on his project.

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