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Paradox leo

Description: Don't know what to make of the black pigmentation comming in????

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User: DavidKendrick (see all of DavidKendrick's photos)
Views: 706
Date: 08/16/05
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Image URL: https://gallery.kingsnake.com/data/51650leop1-med.JPG
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geckogal

Registered: 03/2003
Location: chicago area
Photos Uplaoded: 37
Comments Left: 0

you know what my friends leo has a mark like that and it looks kinda like a beauty mark thats all we coudl come up with.
08-17-2005 01:01AM View geckogal's Profile Visit geckogal's Homepage! View geckogal's Gallery  

Torak

Registered: 07/2004
Location: Sweden
Photos Uplaoded: 28
Comments Left: 0
crazy swede :)

like i wrote to you the last time when you asked about your albino;
that is most likely bitemarks from crickets or mealworms... they develope in to black dots, and it's not very uncommon
08-17-2005 09:45PM View Torak's Profile View Torak's Gallery  

DavidKendrick

Registered: 01/2004
Location: Pacific NorthWest
Photos Uplaoded: 160
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I don't know how you feed your leo's in sweden, but we only have a few leopard geckos, and we feed them only as much as they will eat while we are right there watching, I know for a fact that they are not bites from crickets or mealworms. We never leave crickets and mealworms in the cage. Rating: 5/5 
08-18-2005 12:02AM View DavidKendrick's Profile View DavidKendrick's Gallery  

Torak

Registered: 07/2004
Location: Sweden
Photos Uplaoded: 28
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crazy swede :)

then it might be bitemarks from another leo? just trying to help.. i have the same marks on my blizzards (all 5 of them) and when i asked about a year ago the answer i got was bitemarks.. or just plain wounds that has healed..
08-18-2005 02:01AM View Torak's Profile View Torak's Gallery  

geckogal

Registered: 03/2003
Location: chicago area
Photos Uplaoded: 37
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there is no way that those are bitemarks those are like a birthmark/freckle they just happen just like in peple if they are in sunlight or the heat lamp light
08-20-2005 06:17PM View geckogal's Profile Visit geckogal's Homepage! View geckogal's Gallery