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all I can add is my experience...


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Posted by dragonlady01 on May 07, 2003 at 00:59:49:

In Reply to: all I can add is my experience... posted by MAYDAY on May 06, 2003 at 19:47:52:

Mayday, that is what the breeder tells me also....ugh decision decision.....

:.....which is that light leopards put on all DARK growth when in my yard and in full sun.
:Two very pale males that I got on breeding loan years ago were raised in Va. in a basement for much of the year. I got them and after quarintine they went out in the yard. After a year of South Florida sun (and breeding!) both males had nice thick bands of BLACK growth on them.
:Also, very 'spotted' or marbled cherryhead redfoots get much darker in the sun I have found.





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