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Re: question on cresting?


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Posted by ike420 on April 12, 2003 at 02:34:37:

In Reply to: Re: question on cresting? posted by desertgecko on April 12, 2003 at 01:03:20:

I have a female with cilia to her tail, its just another supposedly polymorphic tendency, some are longer than others

:i have a female thats nearly 2 years old and she doesn't have spikes down to her tail. they go down to just past her shoulders, and then they go down to tiny little bumps. id say say its the males that have them down to their tails.

:Claire

::i have noticed that most of the cresties show on the internet have prominent(sp) spikes from there eyes down to there tails while mine only has spikes on its eyes and head then she as bumps down the rest of the way, do the spikes develop with age?

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