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RE: Albino Bearded Dragon?

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Posted by: pdragon1 at Fri Dec 17 12:38:54 2010  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by pdragon1 ]  
   

I agree...There are many other thriving albino sun loving reptiles out there like sulcattas, alligators, nile monitors, green iguanas, etc. New mutations like that usually aren't perfect the first shot. It will take some outcrossing and proper selection to improve the line.

The only issues I have ever had with uv bulbs and transluscents, is by using compact fluorescents. These bulbs will damage eyes, and blister normal beardeds. Other than that, I have raised hundreds of trans(and a few silks) outdoors under direct sunlight with no problems at all.

Josh


   

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