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RE: species ID / Nino

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Posted by: Nino at Wed Apr 1 08:30:07 2009  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Nino ]  
   

@ Lindsay: This is by far the most beautiful specimen of G. a. atlantica I have ever seen! Most males have large blue-greenish spots on the sides, but rarely fused in such large bright-coloured area.

@ John: Lucky you! My male is reasonably calm, but female is very flighty and there's no chance of taking a good picture unless i hold her in my hand. My old female (deceised couple a years ago) was almost "bearded dragon tame", but other females I worked with were always very shy.


   

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