Show us your greens!!!

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  1. Waterrat

    Waterrat Almost Legendary

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    Day 45 from what?
     
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    Its 45 days from ovulation.
     
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    Ahhh. Pre-lay slough is a better predictor, I would think.
     
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    Nice blue markings on that boy bryce,heres pic of the dark geen and yellow girl been feeding her up well,gradually putting on weight.
    cheers
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    Cheers mate. I like that animal of your's, I like all your animals.
     
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    Thanks bryce,that male that you have pictured with the blue pattern did you produce it or do you who did,i like that appearance. cheers
     
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    Our new baby girl that has arrived :)

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    she is such a pretty native :D
     
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    The dorsal stripe on that looks like its going to be awesome bkevo.
    Did you breed it?
     
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    thanks jas,
    michael bred that little champ. i got lucky.
     
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    He breeds some quality greens.
    You sure did!
     
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    Thanks guys. I'll keep on doing that.
     
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    thats looking insane bkevo
     
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    That's a beauty bkevo (although arguably a bit overweight). The dorsal stripe is relatively strong on that specimen. It'll be interesting to see if it holds.
    How old is it?
     
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    it ate a meal 2 days ago
    10 months old
    bred by michael cermak
     
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    That explains the tubby look. It didn't occur to me that it had recently eaten, as I never handle mine when they've got a bellyful.
    How long have you had it for? I'm surprised that Michael let that one go, as it has such a good dorsal stripe. You've done well.
     
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    ive had in since a hathie. i only hoped it would be this good. i bet michael has a few showing an even better dorsal.
    as i mentioned before i got lucky.
     
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    You sure have got lucky with that one. Do you mind me asking under what conditions you've raised it? eg.UV?
     
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