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    Difference in lessers


    Im surprised at the difference in color between these two animals. Both are lessers from the same enchi lesser sire. Even though one is only a day old and the other is a month, it痴 a more noticeable difference than I expected. I知 hoping the darker one will keep that shade, I知 liking it. Though I知 sure it値l change a good bit after the first shed.

    Just had to show it off.

    Kyle


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    Re: Difference in lessers

    Thanks for sharing! I'm not sure why, maybe its because its gradual, but i didnt even notice my lesser girl had changed. i was comparing pics on my lesser girl and she has done that as well over time. Neat stuff!

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    Thanks for sharing the comparison, I wouldn't of thought there would be that much difference within the same line. There is definitely a huge variance in lessers overall though. I've seen them from tan to yellow all the way to a greenish tint. My buddy has one with a beautiful green tint that I'm waiting to get a hatchling from, I'm just hoping the babies have that same greenish coloring, it's the most beautiful lesser I've seen so I would really love to incorporate that line into my desert ghost project. I have a nice reduced pattern lesser pastel het clown that I'm working with but she is more in the yellow tones. Something about the green ones just really stands out to me, maybe because no other morphs display that color.

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    Re: Difference in lessers

    I have two from the end of last season that are sisters and very different. Obviously the bigger one never misses a meal but their color is way different as well. I believe the variation is just luck of the draw.

    I would say your darker one won't stay that dark simply because it needs to have its first shed and it will lighten up quite a bit just from that.

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    Re: Difference in lessers


    I知 sure it値l continue to lighten up with progressive sheds. But here痴 that dark lesser baby after its first shed. It痴 tempting to keep to see how the colors shift over time.

    Kyle


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