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Re: are these morphs common enough so that people cna buy them??


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Posted by Tegan on April 20, 2003 at 19:03:49:

In Reply to: Re: are these morphs common enough so that people cna buy them?? posted by mikecoscia on April 20, 2003 at 18:08:58:

I beleave those are the animals colors (although it's probably closer to slate grey), but the lighting makes it look blue in that picture. Just trying to look out for the new people so they dont get ripped off buying a "Blue Crested". Very pretty animal though.

Tegan

:Those are actually the animalís true colors, it is called a Harlequin. I actually just responded to it, even though it dates back to Nov. They are one of the prettiest morphs in my opinion. Unfortunately they are not that common (at least to that degree) from what I have seen. But you are 100% right there is no such thing as a blue crested gecko. The closest you will prob ever get to it is a slate color. The Harlequin that was pictured was a mix of brown/grey/light tan/black, but not blue.
:-Mike

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