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    She is a normal. A pretty one at that. And no blushing on top of her head at all right?
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    Re: Just confirming something

    Quote Originally Posted by Sunnieskys View Post
    Are her eyes green or yellow like the coloring on her skin? They look to be a yellow. She also looks to be a normal.
    On my phone they look like a green tint.
    If they are not green then its a normal.

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    This is my pastel boy. Especially before he sheds he can look quite brown, like your BP. But again I'm not an expert.



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    I see a normal.

    If you're planning to breed a normal you'll likely have a hard time getting rid of the offspring. Either that or the cost of incubating, housing, feeding, etc...will likely lead to you losing money if you sell them.

    So I'd say plan on either keeping most/all of the babies or at least sitting on them for a while before they sell. There's not much of a market for normals or most single gene morphs these days.
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    Re: Just confirming something

    Quote Originally Posted by craigafrechette View Post
    I see a normal.

    If you're planning to breed a normal you'll likely have a hard time getting rid of the offspring. Either that or the cost of incubating, housing, feeding, etc...will likely lead to you losing money if you sell them.

    So I'd say plan on either keeping most/all of the babies or at least sitting on them for a while before they sell. There's not much of a market for normals or most single gene morphs these days.
    I concur


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    Re: Just confirming something

    GORGEOUS! Sure looks like a normal, but has a couple interesting details that made her stand out to me. I love the ringers and this one doesn't just have one or two, but I can see three in just that one pic alone (the areas where the white of the belly breaks the pattern to creep up to the sides of the body). While ringers aren't genetic they certainly make this little gem stand out. Beautiful!
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    If she is a normal (if her eyes aren't green, as stated), I also agree that it's not worth breeding her when you consider the costs and time put into incubating, then raising each of the maybe 5~8 hatchlings. Normals have a hard time selling even for $20.

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