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Hi, can someone clear this up for me. As you may know that dunners have thicker limbs, a thicker tail for a few inches, random patterns and so on. All these are traits but does the beardie need all of them to be a dunner? :2thumb:
 

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https://www.southtexasdragons.com/uploads/1/2/7/8/12783285/info_2013_dunner_morph.pdf

The most obvious traits tend to be in the patterns dunners have, and are quite common in America.

If you want to learn a bit about how morphs and colours work, this gives a basic guide:
http://www.beardeddragonlady.com/morphs.html

Please note.
The ONLY way any morph will be properly recognised if you can prove it with a certification and the certification of the parents, that is also the ONLY way you can know exactly what a bearded dragon is.
Even if one looks like it might be a certain morph or have certain traits, without knowing the parentage there is ALWAYS going to be some doubt as to its actual specific morph.
 
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