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Posted by Dana on July 10, 2002 at 13:00:36:
In Reply to: Frilled Dragon Morphs? posted by Nate on July 09, 2002 at 20:09:15:
there are naturally occurring morphs--the "red phase" aussie. but there are numerous frillies that wind up with different color variation. not a lot of established "morphs" yet. but that might be a good thing--look at all of the problematic inbreeding that has gone on with beardeds and leopards to get morphs. The average hatchling size of bearded dragons has decreased over 1 inch in the past 4 years. scarey.
: Have anyone here that breeds Frilleds seen any interesting morphs or colors come of any of there hatchlings. I know with like leopards and even beardeds there have come to be some interesting variations. I would love to start breeding frills and see what I can come up with. Anyone have any luck or anything cool and unusual?
: Thx Nathan