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Old 18-06-2009, 03:56 PM
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Anyone know what morph she is? My guess was a tangerine, but not really sure. the photos are also quite old and her tail now has more orange on it.





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Well I'm no expert but I'd like to tell you she's very pretty!
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i would say tangerine as well. and the orange on her tail, if there's 15% or more of block orange now then can also be classed as carrot tail
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tangerine isn't a morph, just a line bred colour trait. she looks like a reduced spot high yellow to me. which is a fancy way of saying normal. also no carrot tail as there are spots breaking up the orange which stops it from being carrot tail.
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I have a leo that looks the same as yours but hasnt got as much carrot tail. And iv been told its a high yellow. But im no good with the morphs lol
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the photos are oldish, and her tail is now more orange. all the little dots and patches have joined up to about half way down her tail, and then it breaks up.
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I have one of these and it was classed as an outcross, its just an extremely tangerine colored normal. it cant be a carrot tail as the orange has to have no spots going through it.
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Old 18-06-2009, 04:26 PM
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yes but the pic is said to be quite old and her tail may have formed more carrot and reduced spots which means carrot tail
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We we shall await more recent ones but i doubt it is because the pattern isnt right either.
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Old 18-06-2009, 04:32 PM
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you never know. leos are great at being one thing when young and then 'changing' as they get older
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