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Old 18th March 2007   #1
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I know that when an axie matures their toes get black tips. But is it true that Wild-types and melanoids toes get lighter as in whiter and Golden albino's, albino's and Leucistics toes go black. I know the last one is true.



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Old 18th March 2007   #2
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yes that's true of the dark wildtypes, I can only assume same would be said for melanoids.



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Old 18th March 2007   #3
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My wild-type has black toes not light ones though



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Our dark wildtypes all have light/white toe tips.



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Old 19th March 2007   #5
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Maybe my guy isn't matured yet but they are pretty black as in Leucistic toe tip black



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Old 19th March 2007   #6
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wild types just get a slighter paler tone on their toe tips, not lighter. actually, it's hard to see. safest is to breed them when they are over 20cm, otherwise the eggs will be a strain to the female



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Old 20th March 2007   #7
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Our dark wildtypes toetips are quite noticeable, like white toenails.



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Old 8th April 2007   #8
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I see now. They have turned or started turning white. Kapo could you or someone up load a pic of a female wild-type so i could compare it with cookie. I think it may be female. I thought it was male but i was guessing. he didn't really have a cloaca then. Now he has a little bump like a females. So pics would be great thanks



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My axie is a wild type and it has white toes. It is over 20cm and most of its toes are white. Does this mean it is mature?



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I would say so. That is what the others have told me. Do you know if your axie's gender?



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No im not sure because I have posted a picture of it before on here but when I did that my axie was full of gravel so it made it look like a girl I am going to post another pic soon.



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Old 11th April 2007   #12
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Can anyone please post a pic of a female wildtype so i can compare with my wildtype. i think its a girl



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Old 20th April 2007   #13
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Has anyone got a photo of a mature gold? There's very little to refer to out on the web.



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Old 20th April 2007   #14
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I have a mature golden but my Computer won't let me upload pic's cause it thinks there is a disk in which there isn't



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