Need help identifying my bearded dragon's morph

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Need help identifying my bearded dragon's morph

Postby sever555 » Fri Sep 25, 2020 6:54 pm

Hello people. Could anyone here help me identify my beardie's morph? Breeder was almost sure it is a Citrus Tiger but I want to be sure, thanks in advance!
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Re: Need help identifying my bearded dragon's morph

Postby Claudiusx » Fri Sep 25, 2020 7:01 pm

Hi there,

It looks like you have a hypo trans with some amazing coloring. Note that coloring isn't a morph (citrus, red, orange, etc.) but merely just a trait and a description of a dragons outward appearance. Whereas a morph is an actual genetic change (defect) from its wild genetics.

Some might consider tiger to be a morph, but it's really not IMO. It's just a trait passed down just like coloring.

Either way, you have a stunning dragon that is for sure :)

PS, that trans comment is based on what appears to be fully black eyes. If they are fully black (like a sharks) you've got a trans. The Hypo comes from the fact that your dragon has fully clear nails.

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Re: Need help identifying my bearded dragon's morph

Postby sever555 » Fri Sep 25, 2020 8:04 pm

Claudiusx wrote:Hi there,

It looks like you have a hypo trans with some amazing coloring. Note that coloring isn't a morph (citrus, red, orange, etc.) but merely just a trait and a description of a dragons outward appearance. Whereas a morph is an actual genetic change (defect) from its wild genetics.

Some might consider tiger to be a morph, but it's really not IMO. It's just a trait passed down just like coloring.

Either way, you have a stunning dragon that is for sure :)

PS, that trans comment is based on what appears to be fully black eyes. If they are fully black (like a sharks) you've got a trans. The Hypo comes from the fact that your dragon has fully clear nails.

-Brandon


Thanks for the information 😁
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