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    Here is one of our hatchling/juvie chahoua. It's a Pine Island, but this one always is this dark and we mean always! Even now, when it's about to go in shed, it's still dark.





    This is the 4 months younger sibling and this one is also dark, not as dark as the first one though.



    The previous hatchlings we had from this pair last season weren't this dark at all.

    @ Jason: These both are your chahoua
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    Very cool Debbie! Thanks for sharing!
    Charming Chewies: Specializing in Grand Terre and Pine Isle locales of chahoua.

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    • #3
      Very neat looking chahoua! I like how dark it is.
      Melanie
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      • #4
        mannn i love that, I love dark geckos! Gorgeous!

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        • #5
          Wow that's crazy. Does the pair always produce such dark offspring? What do the parents look like?

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          • #6
            I'm liking the dark coloring on them, really neat looking.
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            • #7
              Here are the parents, this is the first season they produce hatchlings that are this dark.



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              • #8
                They're pretty dark themselves. It is neat to see what they've produced

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                • #9
                  I had a baby that was nearly black for the first 8-9 months of his life, and now he looks a lot like that second adult above.

                  It really is unique how much these guys can change
                  Charming Chewies: Specializing in Grand Terre and Pine Isle locales of chahoua.

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                  • #10
                    LMAO I LOVE that last pic of the baby, with its little tongue sticking out! How cute!
                    Help! Crested Geckos! 0.1.Leachie, 2.1.1 Gargs, 1.0 Chahoua, 2.1. Blue Tongue Skinks, 1.1. White Lined Geckos, 1.3. African Fat Tails, 2.2.0 Tokay Geckos, 1.0. Giant Day Gecko, 2 tarantulas

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                    • #11
                      Amazing Debbie! Gorgeous! I really want to know and see how this one develops, it would be very unique for it to keep such a dark pigmentation.
                      2.3.10 R.ciliatus
                      2.2.0 R.auriculatus
                      4.4.1 R.sarasinorum
                      8.10.3 R.chahoua (PI)
                      1.2.0 R.chahoua (GT)

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                      • #12
                        Thanks Andrew. We'll have to ask Jason to keep us updated, since he will be the new owner from December on...
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                        • #13
                          Awww !
                          My little chewies to be !

                          The second hatchling picture, with the toungue sticking out is just to much !

                          Thanks for sharing these Debbie, They do seem very dark, It will be exciting to see what colors they take on.

                          I will of course keep everyone updated from December on !

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                          • #14
                            Here is are some new pictures of the first one.



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                            • #15
                              Thank you Debbie, i am very impressed with him!
                              2.3.10 R.ciliatus
                              2.2.0 R.auriculatus
                              4.4.1 R.sarasinorum
                              8.10.3 R.chahoua (PI)
                              1.2.0 R.chahoua (GT)

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