Sunny

Zanaka x Sunny

We added Zanaka (F2) to our project because he is the product of one of Kammerflage Kreations’s top yellow-bodied Ambilobe, Promise Keeper, and a classic WC Ambilobe, Fanitso. We paired him with both of our main 3rd gen lines from Jude with the goal of producing something a bit different and adding new blood to the project.

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Sunny

Sunny was my second favorite female from the Jude x Kako clutch, hatched 6/5/19. She reminds me a lot of her mother, Kako. It will be a lot of fun to watch her eggs hatch to see which traits she is carrying. With any luck we will be able to grap a killer yellow body blue bar male from her and Zanaka.

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Kako

Kako was one of the two females we paired with our second generation breeder - Jude. We purchased her from RB Barto, but she was produced by Bobby Ruddock. Her line is one of our favorite yellow body blue bar (YBBB) Ambilobe lines in the USA.

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Jude

Jude was the alpha male from Flash and Judy’s clutch, hatched 10/17/17. He has strong yellows and a fierce attitude! We were lucky to select a male that looks a lot like his grandfather, Cowboy. He has now sired the majority of our babies and we will breed him sparingly moving forward.

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Lineage: Bobby Ruddock

Sparkles F1 Sparkles1 Sparkles2 Sire Son of Loza and Flamming River’s daughter Dam Unknown WC Amarillo F2 Amarillo Amarillo1 Sire Sparkles Dam Leo

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Lineage: Panther Company

Panther Company Leo Leo Leo1 Leo1 Leo2 Leo3 Leo4 Leo5

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Judy

Judy was our first generation breeder from Candy Cane (F1) at Chameleon’s Paradise. She laid one good clutch for us but died during laying complications after 2 more infertile clutches. Judy (1) Judy (2) Judy (3)

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Flash

Flash was our first generation breeder from Cowboy (CH) at Chameleon’s Paradise. He had a very gentle personality and only gave us one healthy clutch with Judy, from which we kept Jude. We were still learning when we got Flash and he passed after consuming a large number of wild bugs when pesticides had been applied to the lawn behind ours.

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