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    Re: Dragon makers

    Thanks April, vin russo named them the red dragons after the albino blood boas, the red dragons are the albino bloods and the sun dragon's are sunglow bloods both keep there colour realy well into adulthood
    Tom Burke has some amazing examples of them
    As both are 100% het for blood and albino and are both hypo should have a great litter eventually with some lovely berry bloods thrown in aswell

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    Re: Dragon makers

    My two little babies came half hour early which I was Well pleased, both small female 108g and 103g male
    The females got a really nice tail stripe and bat like saddles around the top,males due a shed heís quite dark
    next the male
    Both parents are under 4.5ft
    Just grabbed a couple of phone shots before settling,I think they hungry as tonight was feed night,they not stopped roaming


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    Congratulations they are magnificent, can not wait to see a progression thread for them great new pick ups..
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    Re: Dragon makers

    Nice Richardhind1972!

    Keep us in the loop on their growth please.

    As always, DROOLING over your collection!

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    Re: Dragon makers

    Thanks c.marie and dakski,
    Looking forward to growing them
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    they are spot on , now let the fun start

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    Re: Dragon makers

    Thanks Wayne,yes sure does,I managed to have a quick hold tonight I just then in my hand they just sat and watched me then started-to move about my fingers,no hissing or nipping which is a good start .they have really red bellies,canít wait to get some proper pics


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    Re: Dragon makers

    Managed to have a quick hold this morning of my two new additions, still no names yet
    They a bit wary but.no hissing or striking, little male had a quick strike when I checked the other night but everythings new to them,
    Here's a couple of pics the sun was still a bit low before work this morning so was casting too much shadow, but as you can see even tho they 100% het for berry blood it does seem to show abit in the colour saturation
    The females tail stripe is so cool and I love the little white band at the end


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    Re: Dragon makers

    Quote Originally Posted by richardhind1972 View Post
    Managed to have a quick hold this morning of my two new additions, still no names yet
    They a bit wary but.no hissing or striking, little male had a quick strike when I checked the other night but everythings new to them,
    Here's a couple of pics the sun was still a bit low before work this morning so was casting too much shadow, but as you can see even tho they 100% het for berry blood it does seem to show abit in the colour saturation
    The females tail stripe is so cool and I love the little white band at the end


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    The colours on the female are so bright in the sun, just think what she will look like in a few years


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    Re: Dragon makers

    Thanks Wayne,yes she got loads of red saturation for a het berry blood
    Itís not very often a recessive gene shows up visually In boas sometimes the leopard gene does too


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