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Is this considered a striped leo?

Description: As a baby it def looked striped, but as it grew it's spots came in more... what do you think?

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User: throatoyster (see all of throatoyster's photos)
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Date: 04/26/05
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GerryOConnor511

Registered: 01/2005
Location: Naperville, IL
Posts: 62
1 Bearded Dragon, 1 Three Toed Box Turtle, 1 Leopard Gecko, African Cichlid Aquarium

No, Its a normal phase or a Wild Phase. Leos are banded as babies and as they grow the bands break up into spots. This is just what they do. Rating: 3/5 
05-23-2005 11:00AM View GerryOConnor511's Profile View GerryOConnor511's Gallery  

throatoyster

Registered: 10/2003
Posts: 11

As a baby it wasn't banded though. I have quite a few leos, and as a baby this one looked very much unlike any of my others. No bands at all.
05-23-2005 11:29AM View throatoyster's Profile View throatoyster's Gallery