What are the differences? If you have juvis-adults, males and females look very different. Also, there are aussie frilleds and NG frilleds. Aussies tend to be more expensive and larger. But there is also a wide range of coloration that can develop that differs greatly from animal to animal. No one has really fixed "morphs" yet ( that might be a good thing). There are NT red phase aussies but they are much more pricey and not common. go to www.frilleddragon.com for more info on the reds. lets see pics!!! dana
:I have one and just got two more but they look quite different from each other.