Morph?

Forrest T.

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Beardie name(s)
Pogona, Mulder, Scully, Falkor, Volka, Eli
Can anyone identify my bearded dragon's morph? The photos really don't do him justice--he's very peachy and orange.
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Claudiusx

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Morph wise, looks to be a normal to me.

Color doesn't have anything to do with morph, so normal morphs can be just as vibrant and colorful as other morphs such as leathers, hypos, trans, etc.

A morph is a genetic mutation. So a normal dragon is just one without any mutations from the natural genetic makeup :)

-Brandon
 

xp29

Gray-bearded Member
Beardie name(s)
Zen , Ruby & Snicker Doodle
Also you can't predict what an adult will look like based on what a baby looks like, it can be the same or it can be tremendously different.
 

Forrest T.

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Beardie name(s)
Pogona, Mulder, Scully, Falkor, Volka, Eli
Okay..thank you very much
I was wondering because at the moment he is just so gorgeous and very very vibrant
 

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