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Posted by BrianSmith on May 08, 2003 at 07:54:05:
In Reply to: Ask and you shall recieve,... more posted by BrianSmith on May 08, 2003 at 05:04:09:
:I am pretty certain that this is the same super. This picture was taken to showcase his orange side dots. As he's a male I keep him somewhat small on a maintainence diet. He's only about 7 feet now at a little over a year old.
: I am going to post some pictures of two different phase females as soon as I figure out how to post more than one picture in a single post.
:::This is an old picture from when this male super and two different phase tiger females were only about 5 feet or so. They all continue to become more beautiful as they age and grow, but it would be really hard to get all three to pose for me now unless I locked them all in the same cage (a possibility to get a new shot). I don't know if you can tell by this picture, but the mottled tiger female is very yellow and continued to become more yellow. Today her yellows rival that on the supers and they too continued to yellow more as they grew. All of my supers have spots or dots on their sides instead of stripes. Some of them like this male have orange wedges or circles, while others have gray spots outlined in sharp black borders. None of my supers or tigers have nose dots. All of my tigers and supers were either handpicked for me by Bob Clark, or by myself in person. Because of this I ended up with some outstanding animals.