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Old 08-20-2015, 04:03 AM
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Default E. anthonyi from WIKIRI

Does anyone have any info on the E. anthonyi "Isabel" and "Isabel I" morphs that WIKIRI imports? Specifically, what is the difference between the two?

Also, I'm guessing they shouldn't be crossed with "old line" SIs because they have known collection locale data, correct?

Thanks for any insight into this.
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Old 08-20-2015, 04:39 PM
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I would contact Understory Enterprises and/or WIKIRI as they would be able to give you the most straight-forward answer regarding the differences between the two locales. They may be from different elevations and/or provinces. I would guess that they also have slightly different coloration between them.

It would probably be best if they were kept separate from anything that isn't from the corresponding WIKIRI locale.
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You may already have seen this, but just in case, UE has several representative photos of the WIKIRI E. anthonyi morphs on their webpage (hit the "Morphs" headline if it's not already open when you click the above link. Looks like there are some noticeable differences among the three morphs that WIKIRI is providing (all are pretty!). No additional data there are locale, etc., however.
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Were you able to get a hold of them and find any answers?
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Default Re: E. anthonyi from WIKIRI

I have "Isabel 1" locale. Yes, they are very different from the old line Santa Isabels and should not be mixed. WIKIRI "Isabel" and "Isabel 1" lines should not be mixed as well. As someone mentioned earlier, UE has pictures showing phenotypical differences between Isabel and Isabel 1.

I have had the old line Santa Isabel before and my new WIKIRI Isabel 1 are different. Still very bold and breen well. I have froglets growing out now
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I'd love to hear more about the differences.
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