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Old 02-09-2017, 08:03 PM
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Default Rare Morphs?

Anyone here working with the Ruby morph of the golden mantilla, the blushing morph of expectata, or the lime morph of crocea? Just curious if any of those are still in captivity.
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Default Re: Rare Morphs?

I once kept and bred red expectata but I haven’t seen anyone else breed them since. They’re shier compared to the standard expectata with yellow backs. I believe the red auratiaca are just a color variant. Green milotympanum have been seen produced in a group of captive bred orange ones I believe.
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