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Is sandfire a color or the name of breeders? I have seen sandfire BD's in several places but the colors are a bit different and I know there is a breeder with that name.
Not to be a ***** but the guy above is wrong. Sandfire is a color morph that Sand Fire Dragon Ranch created years ago. They named themselves after the morph. For the real answer just google sand fire dragon ranch or visit their site sandfiredragonranch.com
Also they range in colors of oranges sometimes with a lighter head or body, the original sand fire dragons had orange heads and tan bodys but now theyre much brighter. Heres an example this is one of my juvenile sand fire females
First of all, I'm not a guy. Secondly, orange/citrus dragons existed in the wild long before sandfire existed, as did all the other colors phases. You can't create genetics out of nowhere. They weren't the only ones with orange dragons, just the ones that became the most known for it. Colors are not a breed or morph, it's a normal variation. Just like with cats, whether it's orange or black, it's still a tabby.
Im sorry I offended you mam.I dont want to debate, but no, your wrong again. Read a book on genectics. Its all about isolating the genes with selective breeding. I stated above to google sand fire dragon ranch. I suggest you do the same. You should have already before you attacked me. I was simply trying to help the OP
I have already done it long ago, and I owned dragons back when sandfire "created" as you claim their line. They werent' the only ones with oranges, and they weren't just breeding oranges, they were breeding all colors including yellows and reds to enhance them, but the colors were already there. And I didn't attack you, at no point was I rude. I was just stating facts.
This is why I rarely post. Theres always a debate someone always catches feelings. As I was trying to say im not sand fire dragon ranch I cant argue on their behalf google them like I said and find out for your self. You were saying half truths not "Facts" I simply correted them. Its like this breeders discover abnormalitys in color, pattern, body types, scales etc and through selective breeding isolate theses genes. Usually they name the morph. They didnt create it so to speak but discoverd it. The guy that owns sand fire I belive is the one that named the morph sand fire. I watched a video on you tube last night about this im simply relaying what I learned.
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Even if Sandfire was an actual morph at some point in time, personally I don't see it as one because it is so over used. I see it more as a company. Everyone that has an orange-ish colored beardie says it is a sandfire, and plenty of pet stores say they sell sandfires too, when they have no way of proving their dragon's genetics or where it came from. IMO the majority of people who claim they have sandfires are trying to put a "special" name on their beardie... It's the same way with German Gaints. A lot of people and breeders say they have GG beardies, but they don't grow much bigger than the average dragon.
As far as I'm concerned, they are just yellow/citrus/red morphs. It's like calling a dog a "doodle" when it is just a lab/poodle mix: A fancy name brings in more money. Not that I really care though... I'm not too much in to the whole morph thing. Normal morph dragons are just as special as the rest on 'em.
Just my opinion.
Mary I have to agree with you.
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The reason I started this post was because I would see yellow beardies and orange beardies called sandfire. So I was confused whether it was a color which seems to be different colors or a "brand" name.
So would you call a orange beardie an orange beardie? What then is a citrus beardie because I have seen yellow ones and orange ones called citrus?
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