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Postby Dale-Newby » 12 Jul 2011, 18:02

Hi All :D Its Not Only Corns, Gecko's & Beardie's That Have Such Nice Colourful Morphs :) Thanks To Tom Crutchfield There Are Some Nice New Green Iguana Morphs On The Market, Expensive Prices Tho. Here's The Green Iguana Morphs At The Moment. What Do You Think? I'd Love a Blue Iguana But There Like ££££'s

Green Iguana
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Red Phase Iguana
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My Red Phase Iguana
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Blue Iguana Also Known As Axanthic Iguana
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Pink Banded-Albino Iguana
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Sub Adult Albino Iguana & Adult Albino
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Snow Albino Iguana
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Re: Iguana Morphs

Postby Corns.dk » 12 Jul 2011, 19:01

Oh... They are marvellous!!

Are they all the same size as the blue one? Some of the others seem to be HUGE without anything to compare with.
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Re: Iguana Morphs

Postby Dale-Newby » 12 Jul 2011, 19:16

Corns.dk wrote:Oh... They are marvellous!!

Are they all the same size as the blue one? Some of the others seem to be HUGE without anything to compare with.


The Others Are Pretty Much Full Grown And Are Huge as Iguana's Can Reach Upto 5-6feet Long Snout to Tail But The Blue Is a Young One. Can't Seem To Find an Adult Blue Iguana On The Net,

Heres a Pic I Just Got Off Google Just To Show How Big Iguana's Can Get. Cnt Wait Until Mines Like That Size Lol
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Re: Iguana Morphs

Postby sguidotti » 12 Jul 2011, 21:09

I adore the fluorescent yellow yellow colors of the Sub Adult Albino Iguana
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Re: Iguana Morphs

Postby Dale-Newby » 12 Jul 2011, 23:36

That Is a Really Nice Looking Iguana :D Would Love an Albino Morph but there 1000's :O
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Re: Iguana Morphs

Postby sguidotti » 13 Jul 2011, 02:03

Dale-Newby wrote:That Is a Really Nice Looking Iguana :D Would Love an Albino Morph but there 1000's :O


as is practically every other different morph lol ...
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Re: Iguana Morphs

Postby Dale-Newby » 13 Jul 2011, 09:39

Cnt Wait Untill My Titan (Tiny Titan) Gets That Big Lol Its Close To Sexual Maturity So Should Know The Sex Soon.
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Re: Iguana Morphs

Postby sguidotti » 14 Jul 2011, 08:29

Dale-Newby wrote:Cnt Wait Untill My Titan (Tiny Titan) Gets That Big Lol Its Close To Sexual Maturity So Should Know The Sex Soon.


The adult red phase shown in the picture looks like something out of Lord of the Rings Movie or something equally awesome.

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Re: Iguana Morphs

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Re: Iguana Morphs

Postby writing_donkey » 14 Jul 2011, 13:16

Wow! I didn't know about the different colours of iguana! They look amazing :mmm:
But too big for me :D

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Re: Iguana Morphs

Postby Corns.dk » 14 Jul 2011, 16:40

Dale-Newby wrote:
Corns.dk wrote:Oh... They are marvellous!!

Are they all the same size as the blue one? Some of the others seem to be HUGE without anything to compare with.


The Others Are Pretty Much Full Grown And Are Huge as Iguana's Can Reach Upto 5-6feet Long Snout to Tail But The Blue Is a Young One. Can't Seem To Find an Adult Blue Iguana On The Net,

Heres a Pic I Just Got Off Google Just To Show How Big Iguana's Can Get. Cnt Wait Until Mines Like That Size Lol
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OMG!!!! :o

It's like a German Shephard... Almost :D
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Re: Iguana Morphs

Postby Dale-Newby » 14 Jul 2011, 18:44

Hahaha Lol They Are Huge, They Can Reach The Size Of A Small Dog, Males tend to become larger than females That Huge One above Is a Male, There Really Nice Pet. You just Have to becarefull with mood swings and breeding season as they reach very high aggression
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Re: Iguana Morphs

Postby eeji » 23 Jul 2011, 23:41

i love iguana morphs, and they are hopefully going to be the next new addition to our morph guides once I've finished shuffling cornsnake photos around :)
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Re: Iguana Morphs

Postby Dale-Newby » 24 Jul 2011, 02:08

eeji wrote:i love iguana morphs, and they are hopefully going to be the next new addition to our morph guides once I've finished shuffling cornsnake photos around :)


I Think That Will Be a Great addition :) Surely Tom Crutchfield is trying to breed some more newer morphs :D Love Iguana's
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Re: Iguana Morphs

Postby CKT » 27 Jul 2011, 17:03

Is it really wise to make amelanistic forms of animals that are active during the day? I've seen a sunburnt (normal coloured) monitor lizard, and that was not a pretty sight. I can only imagine it would be worse with albinos?

Also, is the blue one a proven genetic morph? There were a bunch of Blue Diamond Iguanas around some years ago, turned out they all had their lovely colours from some special food, flamingo style :lol:
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