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A few of my Fatty's

Discussion in 'African Fat-tailed Geckos' started by LadyGecko10, Jun 23, 2006.

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  1. LadyGecko10

    LadyGecko10 Active Member

    Hi- I took some pics of my amels last night
    and 2 of my normals that are 100% het for amel
    I have to look for the older pics of my other 3 aft's as my HD died last night and I am using a spare
    Fortunately i have most of my pics on imageshack and in gmail so it will just take some searching for them

    I hope that you all enjoy them
    :D
    Sandy
    Maize
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    Goldie

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    Coffee-100 % het for amel

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    Coffee and Cafe au Lat(male also 100 % het for amel)

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  2. mshrmheadcharge

    mshrmheadcharge Moderator Staff Member Premium Member

    What cuties! Thanks for sharing :D
     
  3. Moshpitrockchick

    Moshpitrockchick Subscribed User Premium Member

  4. hippie05

    hippie05 Elite Member

    Very nice finally another Fat tail lover!
     
  5. jengal

    jengal Elite Member

    Sandy,

    They are really nice looking! It's obvious that you are very fond of and proud of them. I have a few questions:

    1.) What does amel stand for? I assume it's albino something?
    2.) What does het mean?
    3.) Do they all live together? In what size tank(s)?
    4.) Does Coffee have a regnerated tail?
    5.) Do you have other reps, too (or amphibians)?

    I just got two new AFTs today, and the brown-scale one is named Mocha. Between the two of us, we could start a gecko cafe!

    I'm glad to know I'm not the only girl interested in reptiles. My friends find it a little odd. Well, mostly unexpected, since it's a rather recent interest of mine.

    Kindly,

    Jennifer Gal
    Indianapolis
     
  6. Merlin

    Merlin Administrator Staff Member Premium Member

    Amel- amelanistic, meaning lacking black, another name for albino
    Het- Heterozygous meaning their genetic material contains the genes for a specifc trait.

    And there are more female reptile keepers than you think!;)
     
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