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Image:CambridgegeckoFirewater.jpg|Firewater gecko by Phil Shrimpton Cambridgegecko UK.
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Image:CambridgegeckoFirewater.jpg|Firewater gecko by Phil Shrimpton Cambridgegecko UK http://www.cambridgegecko.co.uk
this gecko is one of my home breed, please vistit my web page for info
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Image:CambridgegeckoFirewater1.jpg|Firewater gecko by Phil Shrimpton Cambridgegecko UK http://www.cambridgegecko.co.uk
 
Image:CambridgegeckoFirewater1.jpg|Firewater gecko by Phil Shrimpton Cambridgegecko UK http://www.cambridgegecko.co.uk

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After several seasons of crossing our Hot Geckos line of tangerine leopard geckos into the rainwater (aka Las Vegas) line of albinos, we produced in 2006 a handful of individuals that stood out. They were the albino equivalent of that small percent of exceptional examples you get when line-breeding for deep orange. Like many nonalbino tangerines, firewater clutches usually consist of one banded animal with distinct head patterning and one baldy with a solid body color. As adults, firewaters range from solid orange with varying amounts of carrot tail to orange and blue-lavender. We’ve tried all breeding combinations, but breeding het to het still produces the most intensely colored offspring, Dan and Roxanne Lubinsky, Hot Geckos Inc.


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