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- Sep 7, 2013
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Please do tell me to shut up if I don't know what I'm talking about, but I know very little about Leopards and am curious.
Some of these beautiful torts seem to be pyramiding a bit and some are smooth as a babies behind.
It seems to me that the larger ones are more often pyramiding than the smaller ones.
The humidity is presumably the same for all.
So is it possible, do you think, that rapid growth could contribute to pyramiding?
Just a thought, and probably a stupid one.
I've wondered that as well, except I have two rapid growers of different lineage and one is pyramiding and one is perfectly smooth. All raised the same. Genetic component?