Photo: Some of my axie juvies

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These are my two very speckled juviniles I picked out and separated from the rest for obvious reasons:happy:. I am now almost 100% sure that bandit(my avatar) is their aunty to them. Ariel is the mother of the batch and i got her and bandit from the same pet shop at different times. I not long ago got bandit and it crossed my mind that this could be the case but i didn't count myself that lucky. I have these 2 pictured below and about 10 more looking like they might display similar patterns, but its looking like they will only have it on their heads. I plan on keeping but a few so that I get a male now I know the colour will show up in further breeding but the rest will be up for sale:((I will miss them all)
I put a few pics up cos i couldn't get a good angle but you can see one is more speckled then the other. sooo cute. they are at that age where colour is really starting to show itself.:

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What fantastic heavily marked leucistics you have there! It's unusual to see that much marking on such young animals, keep us posted as they develop.


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Thanks guys, I will def post new pics of development. I am thinking the speckles wont look so cluttered when the axies get bigger; but we will see!
 
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