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  • Harley or Tiger or neither?

    I got this beautiful girl (possible girl actually) a week ago and just love her coloring. When Queso is fired she has great contrast and when she isn't she has almost a yellow on gray. Her back patterning looks like a harley, but her sides lead me to believe that she may be something else because her colors go from her sides up through her back. I'm trying to figure out what category she fits into because I'm terrible at determining morphs. Anyone care to take a guess?

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    This is her nice and dark all curled up on her favorite branch

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    Here's Queso (not fired) sticking her tongue out for the camera!

  • #2
    I'd call her a brindle. Brindle is pretty much a combination of Harley and Tiger. This is a perfect example.
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    • #3
      Fabulous! Hadn't thought of brindle, but I can see it now that you put it that way. I appreciate your input!

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      • #4
        Heh...I would call that a nice harlequin. A brindle is more of a "super tiger", when the dorsal region has a different contrast in color to the rest of the body that kind of gets away from the tiger brindle look. Like I said though, that is a very nice harlequin...great pattern.
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        17.29.3 Rhacodactylus Ciliatus (Crested Gecko)
        1.0 Boa constrictor imperator (Red Tail Boa)
        0.1.1 Rhacodactylus Chahoua
        1.4.0 rhacodactylus auriculatus (Gargoyle Gecko)

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        • #5
          That is not a brindle or a tiger. It is a harly, maybe even an extreme harly.
          Crested addiction... can't seem to break it.
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          • #6
            Ok so general consensus is harlequin then... Guess there will never be a unanimous decision so I will just go with popular vote! Thanks for the responses!

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            • #7
              No problem.
              Crested addiction... can't seem to break it.
              4.3.9.2 Crested Geckos .1 Gargoyle Geckos .1 Red eye treefrogs 1.2 green tree frogs 1.1 leopard frogs

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              • #8
                Defiantly not a brindle. She is a Harley.
                0.0.1 R. ciliatus
                1.0 R. auriculatus
                0.0.1 R. leachianus

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