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growth lines rather, here's a pic


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Posted by oregonlizardlady on May 07, 2003 at 12:41:01:

In Reply to: growth lines rather, here's a pic posted by teepee on May 07, 2003 at 11:24:22:

He looks okay to me too. A real cutie you have there! Teepee thats verry intresting about the color thing you were saying. I dident know that. I had always wonderd why some adult sulcatas were really dark and some were way yellow. Thanks


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:Looks rather smooth. Minimal pyramiding. Time outside during growth periods will give a different color to any new growth. Keeping it how you are now will give a dark animal. They turn dark to attract more sunlight. Too much sun results in a lighter animal to repel sunlight. What you have now is permanent. Only new growth will change with the amount of sun.

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