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Old 24-10-2019, 09:57 PM
Miscelatore Miscelatore is offline
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Originally Posted by ian14 View Post
One of my breeding males was the same when he was a neonate. I found jaculus to be really slow growers too, never taking more than a pink a week then suddenly took off at about a year old.

OP - if the t has a spike on the tip to of the tail it's Saharan. They also have a far glossier, more polished look, regular large spots and lack the rough scales near the taii.
If you can post a photo it will be easy to id it.
That makes sense. I tried to look up how to ID and was falling flat, but I'm no expert. Here's some pics:

https://imgur.com/a/OG47w0n
*sand box only used for like. 30 seconds. was not interested. but best non blurry tail pic i could find.

Thank you all for the reassurance! It means a lot.
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