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    Bearded Dragon Morphs

    I've been looking for websites so i can learn more about the different morphs for the Bearded Dragon but no luck, and i just went to the Reptile show yesturday and the only lady that was selling Bearded Dragons Seemed lik she didnt know what she was doing, she didnt even know the different morphs of the Bearded Dragons...

    is there any websites that i can look at that will help me see what the morph looks like and the name of it?

    I've been looking for a website for at least 4 weeks now with no luck

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    Re: Bearded Dragon Morphs

    hi there here are some sites I had found

    http://lizardsandmorelizards.blogspo...t-on-this.html

    http://www.beardeddragons.biz/color%20morphs.htm

    http://www.dachiu.com/gallery/pix.html

    mainly they are

    recessive morphs

    Hypo's = all clear nails no dark pigment

    Translucent's = have solid black eyes and varying degrees of translucent skin

    American leather backs = smooth skin with reduced scales and spikes

    Silk backs = completly smooth made from breeding 2 leather backs together

    Dominate morphs

    Italian leather backs = same appearence as American leathers

    Hope this helps...
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    Re: Bearded Dragon Morphs

    there are alot of ppl on another site im on that own and know tons about beardies, go pick their brains http://www.herpcenter.com/

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    Re: Bearded Dragon Morphs

    Quote Originally Posted by Action Reptiles View Post
    hi there here are some sites I had found

    http://lizardsandmorelizards.blogspo...t-on-this.html

    http://www.beardeddragons.biz/color%20morphs.htm

    http://www.dachiu.com/gallery/pix.html

    mainly they are

    recessive morphs

    Hypo's = all clear nails no dark pigment

    Translucent's = have solid black eyes and varying degrees of translucent skin

    American leather backs = smooth skin with reduced scales and spikes

    Silk backs = completly smooth made from breeding 2 leather backs together

    Dominate morphs

    Italian leather backs = same appearence as American leathers

    Hope this helps...
    Thank You!!! i needed that info

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    Re: Bearded Dragon Morphs

    Quote Originally Posted by floridayank22 View Post
    there are alot of ppl on another site im on that own and know tons about beardies, go pick their brains http://www.herpcenter.com/
    ill try out that website sometime, thanks!

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