This guy literally glows. He just shed again and I had to share. He is a Nosbilobe from a pairing that had proven the female to not be a Nosy as I thought she was. I hatched him Sept-ish of 09.
Back in 2008 I got a WC Nosy and went in search of a female. A breeder here in FL had a WC female that he thought to be Nosy that I purchased from him. She laid a clutch and a retained clutch. At about 3-4 months the baby males started showing way too much yellow and green for a Nosy. Here is this same guy over time:How did you find out she was not a Nosy?
Is there really a stigma? Didn't we also come up with such thing as a "Labradoodle"? I'm sure one day the crosses will become their own "breeds" and we'll all come to love them. My male is like 87% ambilobe and the rest is ambanja and he is a stunner. I don't believe his genetics are tainted because of itSo beautiful. I think crosses are lovely . Too bad there is such a stigma against breeding crosses. I have seen such beautiful ones and yours is further proof of how stunning a cross can be.