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    Super pastel male i hatched this year

    This is from a bee x lemon pastel breeding


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    Congrats on the hatchling!
    Maybe it's just my computer screen, but he doesn't look like a super to me.
    He looks like a nice blushed out pastel.
    Last edited by satomi325; 10-09-2012 at 11:57 PM.

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    Im seeing a nice pastel as well. Nothing screams super to me...
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    I would have to third the not thinking its a super. Congrats on a nice hatchling though!

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    Make me 4. I see a nice pastel.

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    x5. I don't see super there but then again, it could be the picture quality...
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    Re: Super pastel male i hatched this year

    Yea the pictures are from my phone. I need to go buy a camera. When he was compared to his pastel sibs it was obvious..

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    take a comparison pic, usually a super will have a lot more blushing


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    It's possible that you just got both an excellent and an average example of pastel in the same clutch. Not all siblings will look the same.

    Either way, I recommend taking a picture in direct sun with no flash.

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    With the bright head and busy pattern, I would say it is a super pastel, but not the greatest quality....
    Last edited by kdreptiles; 10-10-2012 at 10:37 AM.


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