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  • #16
    Ok here's something I thought I'd add here because I'm curious to know if anyone else has a gecko like this too. This is Stella. She NEVER changes color. She is always half fired (if you look at her sides, you can see the 'half fired tiger stripes') Does anyone else have a permanently half fired gecko? I got her as an adult from a local breeder who was getting out of the hobby, and I didn't notice until later that she never fully fired up or down. What a weirdo.


    Lynn Rafferty
    Eyelash Exotics - Virginia Beach, VA

    Crested, Chahoua and Gargoyle Geckos - Graphic/Logo Design
    facebook.com/eyelash.geckos
    [ Twitter / Instagram: @eyelashexotics ]

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    • #17
      Here is my contribution. Lady Deathstrike unfired. fires up black. she's a sweetheart.
      Crested Geckos-somewhere around 118 and 7 eggs cooking
      Leachies (GT and Nuu Ana mixes) 1.2
      Eurydactylodes Agricolae 1.0
      Rhacodactylus auriculatus 0.1.2
      http://www.facebook.com/ntfall.arboreals
      http://www.iherp.com/nightfallarboreals

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      • #18
        Love looking at everyone's unfired kids! Lady Deathstrike you're amazing <3 Nightshade is one of my favorite geckos ever... fired, and now unfired! I love her unfired colors.
        The Gecko Garden on Facebook - IHerp http://iherp.com/Public/ShowUser.asp...f-3b7f36b4d856

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        • #19
          My favourite fired down gecko, Freckles.

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          • #20
            Quinn is usually half or mostly fired, so it's always fun to see her looking ghostly.

            1.0.0 R. auriculatus - Quinn
            1.0.0 C. ciliatus - Good Hank
            1.0.0 Mutt - Waldo
            1.2.0 Cats - Oliver, Dharia and Chloe
            iherp.com/sarahberry

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            • #21
              Older photos , but this contrast from fired to unfired is pretty wild
              Sundari
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