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  • Garg x Chahoua

    Not really
    Just wondered you guys had seen this before, the pale marking have only appeared over the last week ? This little one is 4 months old - I have been breeding gargs for around 10 years and never seen this before



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    11.20. ? - R. ciliatus.
    2.2.1 - R. chahoua.
    2.2. - R sarasinorum.
    1.5 - R auriculatus.
    1.1 - R. leachianus leachianus Mt Kogis.

  • #2
    I see it all the time in mine. The lighter patches show up where their skin is butted up against something. Kinda like the red spot you get on your forehead after falling asleep at the computer.
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    • #3
      I don't think its that, have just took more pics and the 'grey' has definitely spread. I have seen the cresteds when they have pale markings where they are exposed to the sun, and the rest of the body is in the shade.


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      11.20. ? - R. ciliatus.
      2.2.1 - R. chahoua.
      2.2. - R sarasinorum.
      1.5 - R auriculatus.
      1.1 - R. leachianus leachianus Mt Kogis.

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      • #4
        I don't really know, but it's cute!
        0.0.1 R. ciliatus
        1.0 R. auriculatus
        0.0.1 R. leachianus

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        • #5
          I like it! What does it's clutch mate look like?
          GoodTimeReptiles
          C. ciliatus, M. chahoua, P. regius

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          • #6
            Could it be the reason the grey expanded is because the garg started to unfire? Clearly in one set of photos the garglet is darker than the other set.
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            • #7
              Wow that's really strange! I think it's really cute! Maybe a new morph or something?
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              • #8
                That looks like it has nothing to do with "firing up."
                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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                • #9
                  Originally posted by rhacfreak View Post
                  That looks like it has nothing to do with "firing up."
                  You are right - I have seen this garg in its 'unfired' pale state, and it didn't look like this. Its only recently that this has happened.
                  www.Rhac-Shack.co.uk
                  11.20. ? - R. ciliatus.
                  2.2.1 - R. chahoua.
                  2.2. - R sarasinorum.
                  1.5 - R auriculatus.
                  1.1 - R. leachianus leachianus Mt Kogis.

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                  • #10
                    Clutchmate pics?
                    0.0.1 R. ciliatus
                    1.0 R. auriculatus
                    0.0.1 R. leachianus

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                    • #11
                      That is super neat.
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                      • #12
                        One of my babies from last fall did this for almost a month this past Jan, but it went away & haven't seen it since. Hope yours keeps that coloring because it looks really cool, especially with the orange blotching.
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by sarasin View Post
                          You are right - I have seen this garg in its 'unfired' pale state, and it didn't look like this. Its only recently that this has happened.
                          It would be cool if it is genetic. Silverbacked garg.
                          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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                          • #14
                            Here are pics of clutchmate -


                            www.Rhac-Shack.co.uk
                            11.20. ? - R. ciliatus.
                            2.2.1 - R. chahoua.
                            2.2. - R sarasinorum.
                            1.5 - R auriculatus.
                            1.1 - R. leachianus leachianus Mt Kogis.

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