- Beardie name(s)
- Calypso(rip) Pickles(rip) Ragetti Lenny Vash Fridae Gemma
My dragon has a humped spine. I check temps and uvb weekly and dust feeders with reptivite. I got this beautiful creature from a backyard breeder and she appeared normal as a baby. She is a translucent leather back. I have 5 wonderful dragons with the same husbandry and no others have spinal curveature.I would not trade this sweet thing but i suspect she is heavily inbred. I worry about her quality of life. She also looks as if her tail was damaged as a hatchling. She appeared normal (except for the small kink in her tail) until she was about 6 mos old. She was afraid of Everything (including "scary wax worms and blueberries") and i have enjoyed many hours earning her trust. She used to hide 24/7 but now begs to come out whenever she sees me. I originally thought her hump was from hiding instead of basking.- but now i just think that is how she is made. Be careful when getting leatherback translucents!