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RE: Another morph question?! Yes...

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Posted by: annaisagecko at Mon Jan 18 11:24:37 2010  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by annaisagecko ]  
   

Top one looks just like my little girl!
I would say your guess's are right, but while I'm not "new" to them I'm also no expert lol.
And from what i know the differences between a fire and a harlequin are that a fire or "flame" does have as much pattern/markings on there sides and legs as the harly.

And a tiger and a brindle i think can either be considered the same thing or maybe a tiger would be when you can make out obvious bold stripes and a brindle when its just all mixed in the pattern.

Harlequins are pretty common, but I'm not sure which of the other two would be considered more "rare" I've found it hard to find a really nice tiger, but it seems hard as well to find a full pin.

Hope this was at least of some help to you!

Anna.



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