S.p.pardalis and S.p.babcocki

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leopard777

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RE: G.p.pardalis and G.p.babcocki

is there any maxed size adult comparison pic of GPP and GPB ?
 

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RE: G.p.pardalis and G.p.babcocki

Sorry for such a stupid question and its probaly someplace already here on the forums but is there a food items/weeds preffrence between the GPP and GPB?
Tikii & Javari came from one parent a GPP and the other parent a GPB, i noticed that Javari looks more like a GPP and eats everything including dried dead weeds/grasses where as Tikii looks more like the GPB and is very picky/selective about what he eats.
 

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RE: G.p.pardalis and G.p.babcocki

leopard777 said:
is there any maxed size adult comparison pic of GPP and GPB ?

I have not seen a side by side comparison of adults, but there are pictures of adults all over. You may want to do a search on the forum or on google and compare some pictures.



*Barracuda_50* said:
Sorry for such a stupid question and its probaly someplace already here on the forums but is there a food items/weeds preffrence between the GPP and GPB?
Tikii & Javari came from one parent a GPP and the other parent a GPB, i noticed that Javari looks more like a GPP and eats everything including dried dead weeds/grasses where as Tikii looks more like the GPB and is very picky/selective about what he eats.

I have observed a difference in food preference between the two, which is the same as you have made. SPP seem to accept more grasses in their diet, where as SPB seem to prefer more succulents, leaves, and weeds. Both types will eat grass and graze. It just seems that the SPP are more likely to eat grass readily.
 
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