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  • mainland male progression

    Figured i'd share another

    Hatchling...literally lol
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    3 months
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    1 year
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    3 years old
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    Rhachic
    www.goodlifeherps.weebly.com
    specializing in rhacodactylus

  • #2
    Nice progression.

    What a beautiful boy he turned into
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    • #3
      Yay! More progression! We should start another progression thread for everyone....

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      • #4
        Originally posted by mischiefunit View Post
        Yay! More progression! We should start another progression thread for everyone....
        I think i have two more, maybe three, i'd have to poke around through old files to see. i don't mind contributing to 1 thread on it if you'd like to start one?
        Rhachic
        www.goodlifeherps.weebly.com
        specializing in rhacodactylus

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        • #5
          Progressions are nice.
          0.0.1 R. ciliatus
          1.0 R. auriculatus
          0.0.1 R. leachianus

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          • #6
            nice progression. he looks like a big healthy boy. what was his approximate weight in that photo on the fence at 3 years old. very cool photo. nice looking chewy. congrats.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Rhac On View Post
              nice progression. he looks like a big healthy boy. what was his approximate weight in that photo on the fence at 3 years old. very cool photo. nice looking chewy. congrats.
              48 grams, he's mainland with both parents in the mid-40's as adults.
              Rhachic
              www.goodlifeherps.weebly.com
              specializing in rhacodactylus

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              • #8
                yes my mainland pair averages the same but he sure looks bigger in that fence sitting shot. he is a nice one. love it

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                • #9
                  ah, yeah, i guess he looks a little chunky there. Some seem to have floppier skin than others, he's definitely a baggy one :P If I put him next to my 80 gram P.I. male you'd see the diff
                  Rhachic
                  www.goodlifeherps.weebly.com
                  specializing in rhacodactylus

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                  • #10
                    thats freakin awesome! so cool to see how much they change. great looking chewie

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