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Lemon Pastel


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Posted by grimdog on April 24, 2003 at 11:06:55:

In Reply to: Lemon Pastel posted by rowad on April 24, 2003 at 06:49:59:

I produced him. There is a little story behind him to. He was a result of breeding a normal male to a normal female that we had. He came from our second clutch from that female. All the eggs hatched out in 1-2 days except for 1. The egg looked fine so I left it in the incubator. I kept checking it daily for a week. It didn't hatch. Then about 3-4 days later I was looking for a box to put my newest clutch in. I opened the top and saw a dragon. I felt horrible, I thought he was dead!!! He wasn't, he lived by himself as he was small. He didn't eat well for the first several months. For a short time I had to force feed him. He looked odd, with the missing spines and smoothness. We decided to keep him just for the heck of it. Well a couple months later when he started to eat on his own he transformed into the little lemon he is now. I am hoping to breed him to a nice yellow female next year. And hopefully I will produce some killer yellow beardies that I plan to call lemon pastels!!! The funny thing is that all of its siblings from that clutch are over in Isarel. So in Isarel there could be a bunch of awesome yellow dragons running around, maybe even better than this one because they probably live outside. I want to take pics of him outside on a black background. Think then the pic will be more represenative.



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