Albino blue tegu and one of it's clutch mates. Still doing well and growing nicely.
After a second shed this little fatty looks pretty sweet. It's hard to capture all the coloring it has but it's very vibrant. I can't wait to see how these turn out in a few months.
Check us out at the Daytona National Breeders' Expo in Daytona, Fl sharing a table with Rob of "All About Beardeds" (allaboutbeardeds.com)! We're looking forward to meeting other vendors and customers and will be here today and tomorrow. We have available our red/blue cross, blue/b&w cross, blues, blue hets, and 1 albino blue.
Was taking some pictures of some other babies so I figured I would get some new ones of the albino blue. He seems to be doing quite well eating and growing. The pattern on his back has already changed.
These babies are looking great, came out of the egg ready to pound food. All are eating voraciously on crickets , ground turkey mixed with chopped chicken parts, and veggies. The father is a brother to Omega(my blue cross male father to the blue cross babies) and the mother is a female I acquired as a sub-adult and was told it was Red/Blue cross but I'm not certain on that and want to be clear. Regardless, I chose to cross this female for her high white contrast to a very beautiful blue cross male in hopes to have some unique hybrid babies with great color and disposition.
They should be ready to ship out next week and I will be bringing some to the Daytona National Breeder Expo.
They are priced at $250 shipped.