Darwin x Picasso offspring

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  1. Baberbek

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    When will we be able to purchase these?
     
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    24 have been re-homed already. So they are available :m06:
     
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    Really love the vibrancy and health of these guys:

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    You have done a superb job, well done.
     
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    Thought id update this with a few photos of some interesting colour morphs coming out of this pairing:



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    some really cool ones there.
     
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    Interesting how the misbar pattern is completely random, yet ive noticed one little guy that is a helmet Picasso with almost symmetrical pattern:

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