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Posted by Ciliatus_guy on April 25, 2003 at 12:23:24:

In Reply to: Ok i will try this again....a Red Harlequin? posted by Captive_science on April 25, 2003 at 00:12:39:

Thanks! I bred her to this dark fire male. (He is really not those colors in normal light but i had a fluorecent bulb as my light source and it made him come out purple.) Shes got a pair of eggs in the incubator right now. I hoping for something really nice.


:This one is a stunner! IMO I would have to generalize and say red harlequin. Your CG has all the great traits though, painted thigh, pinstripe, and great coloration. should throw off some nice offspring if ever bred.

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