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Rare R1

Description: Hi Tortoise Lover,
Can anyone identify this rare hatchling?

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emutiong

Registered: 05/2003
Location: Tort-Turt Land
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I would go for Radiated tortoise !! What is it , yours ? or pic from somewhere ??
02-01-2008 11:58AM View emutiong's Profile View emutiong's Gallery  

JohnH

Registered: 07/2004
Photos Uplaoded: 26
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Very likely a radiated/yniphora cross. I saw some similar on japanese wedsite and it was referred to as "radinoka." Rating: 5/5 
02-01-2008 11:32PM View JohnH's Profile View JohnH's Gallery  

angonoka

Registered: 11/2007
Location: Indian Ocean
Photos Uplaoded: 36
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My friend's.
John, also saw a similar website from taiwan
02-02-2008 02:58AM View angonoka's Profile View angonoka's Gallery  

ACTARUS

Registered: 09/2006
Location: Europe
Photos Uplaoded: 43
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I think it's a radiated morph.
02-02-2008 03:50PM View ACTARUS's Profile View ACTARUS's Gallery  

emutiong

Registered: 05/2003
Location: Tort-Turt Land
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http://www.cheloniophilie.com/Photos/Astrochelys-yniphora.php
http://www.herpera.com/radinoka.htm

These 2 website have similar animals and claim it as Astrochelys radinoka ( hybrid )
Do they really exist ?
02-03-2008 06:05AM View emutiong's Profile View emutiong's Gallery  

angonoka

Registered: 11/2007
Location: Indian Ocean
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2nd website is the one I'm referring.
John, you still have the website from Japan?
02-04-2008 02:05AM View angonoka's Profile View angonoka's Gallery  

JohnH

Registered: 07/2004
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I saw the same website as your 2nd reference. It is not hard to imagine them successfully mating. Rating: 5/5 
02-05-2008 01:55AM View JohnH's Profile View JohnH's Gallery  

ACTARUS

Registered: 09/2006
Location: Europe
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Hi ! 1 or 2 years ago I showed the link http://www.herpera.com/radinoka.htm on TTForum. Because I didn't understand why the keyword "radinoka" appeared on the http link I asked to the chinese members if they were sure this article of PetEra didn't mention an hybrid called "radinoka" and they all told me it was not about an hybrid and that the tortoise was discribed as a high yellow radiated not a radinoka. A Chinese girl friend of mine read it too and confirmed to me it was not an hybrid. I know that the first french link caled it an hybrid without understanding what the article was about just following the buzz. Can a Chinese speaker confirm it again ? Thanks.
02-05-2008 03:27PM View ACTARUS's Profile View ACTARUS's Gallery  

emutiong

Registered: 05/2003
Location: Tort-Turt Land
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Yes , it did not mention about it being a hybrid
But a different name given " Emperor Sun Radiated "
02-05-2008 10:22PM View emutiong's Profile View emutiong's Gallery  

ACTARUS

Registered: 09/2006
Location: Europe
Photos Uplaoded: 43
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Thanks bro ! It's a rare radiated morph.
02-06-2008 02:00PM View ACTARUS's Profile View ACTARUS's Gallery  

Miyazawa

Registered: 02/2006
Location: Bandung
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I love my tortoise and turtles

very nice radiata noka. I like it very much. it similar to mine sunrise


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