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  • My PI/GT cross daytime to nightime color change

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    It's crazy how much they can alter there color.
    Last edited by Rufio; 01-21-2011, 11:34 PM.
    1.0.0 GT/PI Chahoua
    3.0.0 PI Chahoua
    0.1.0 Leachianus unknown Locale

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    Very nice reds on that boy!
    Charming Chewies: Specializing in Grand Terre and Pine Isle locales of chahoua.

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    • #3
      Nice colors on that chahoua! Mine do the opposite, pale during the day, darken at night.

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      • #4
        Nice! Have to say I actually love both the day and night colors on your boy.
        Andi - Gray Sky Exotics
        www.iHerp.com/Hannibal
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        • #5
          Thats awseome! I want one so badly.
          5.15.5 Rhacodactylus Ciliatus
          4.3.3 Rhacodactylus Leachianus
          2.3.2 Rhacodactylus Auriculatus
          125 Reef Tank
          Anthony

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          • #6
            What a really nice red boy!! I love him!
            Specializing in R. Chahoua

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            • #7
              Originally posted by laura View Post
              What a really nice red boy!! I love him!
              Im kinda sad he's a cross seems like most people are adverse to them. I love him though.
              1.0.0 GT/PI Chahoua
              3.0.0 PI Chahoua
              0.1.0 Leachianus unknown Locale

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Rufio View Post
                Im kinda sad he's a cross seems like most people are adverse to them. I love him though.
                I think they're going to become more accepted in the next few years. A lot of people are afraid of pure mainlands now, and quite a few people have expressed interest in a cross in hopes of having mainland coloration (usually more red than pine) with pine size (big! :P). It looks like yours is a perfect example of such a mix
                Rhachic
                www.goodlifeherps.weebly.com
                specializing in rhacodactylus

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                • #9
                  I agree as long as it is sold as a cross or any hatchlings you have from him and his future mate are listed as crosses. I don't have a problem and also think this practice maybe become more common.
                  I have one that will be paired up spring of 2012 that is an unknown, he could be a cross or pure but it was not known for sure so I will list he and his future mate as a cross. I bought him (Granite) because his pattern was beautiful and still is!
                  Truthfully, I am afraid this happen more than we may know in the early days of chahoua breeding. When I have looked around at older posts from say 2005 and earlier they were just called chahoua most of the time with no locale given.
                  Specializing in R. Chahoua

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