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    Default A little Cold Fusion production

    Just one of Cold Fusion's good looking kiddos. I couldn't pass up the photo opportunity yesterday.








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    Wow. That is one beautiful gecko! Like AMAZING.
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    I think there's a slot for him with Blue Man Group.

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    Is that its color fired up if so that it quite unique

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    Thanks. There is some variability when fired up. The nicest examples in the first generation fire up like bluish toned slate and fire down to a light sky blue. The one in this thread is a second generation example and has developed the blue tone at a much younger age. I am hopeful that this is an indication that it is not linked to a hormonal change. The first generation animals showed the coloration around the sub adult phase and therefore had me wondering if it was hormone related.
    This base coloration is definitely heritable and may be linkred in some way to chalky white patterning and/or the reverse outlining at the pinstriping and around some of the pattern. Im working on outcrossing the line this season. This should keep it strong and give me some indication on how the trait works when bred to different base color and pattern combinations.

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    What a stunning little animal! Love how the reverse pinstripes are repeated on the laterals. And that bluish color... really cool
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    Gorgeous!! I would so love to get my hands on a pair of these guys one day!
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    Thanks everyone! This is definitely a project I am concentrating on and hoping to release within the next couple of years.

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    Ahh I'm excited! I'll definitely have to start saving lol
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