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Posted by Gunther on February 14, 2003 at 11:13:55:

In Reply to: Sorry one more>>> posted by leprachaun13 on February 14, 2003 at 11:06:22:

I agree that a solid blue crested most likely will not be produced, but I do think that with a "grey/blue" crested, you may be able to produce a more pronounced faded blue look. I agree that one blue species is the blue tree monitor, but also what about panther chameleons, especially the Nosy Be locale. Some are solid blue or turquoise, but if I remember correctly, chameleons my have different pigments and similar things in their skin to make this possible.
-Gunther





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