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My new froggies!! I purchased 4 this week. I personally think this frog is extra striking. Parents are from Patrick Nabors
 

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Rob,
That's a great looking little frog and I agree very striking!

Mike
 

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Thanks for the complements everyone!! I have been waiting for a long time and I am so happy with them!
 

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That is one of the most beautiful intermedius I have seen. Congratulations on your new additions.
 

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Are those known as "blue leg" intermedius? Because Dr. Frye is selling "blue legs" and he has a pic on kingsnake with one that has the same leg coloration as yours. Are the intermedius with lime green legs like yours just called blue legs or do they go by a different name?
 

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Actually it's Dr. Frye's brother, Rich, that has the ad posted on kingsnake. I've spoken with him, and he informed me that the Intermedius can throw several different patterns (i.e. diff. leg colors) within the same line, so as long as they're not a european line, I don't think they're considered a different morph.
 

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To give you a better idea of some other color patterns the same parents produced, here are two more siblings I purchased, The frog on the right has blue toes and very light-yellow legs...



They were not sold to me specifically as "blue-legs" but the seller did inform me that this particular frog was different than what they typically produce and one of their favorites.

Sorry the picture is so small, it is a little large if you look directly in my gallery http://www.dendroboard.com/coppermine/d ... 655&pos=10
 
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