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Another unusual variant from my Choc pair...

A orange head/tail cap brown cherry..... Also a number tiger stripe brown cherries

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lachie1998

very kool Marcus, are they black cherrys in the background?

how much do these go for?

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Gbang

beautiful. that one at the back is very very black!

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BlueBolts

Thanks, yeah, have a small colony of blacks now?..trying to get a nice colony going... Unsure whether they'll breed true though...$, no idea....

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fishmosy

Interesting colour schemes mate.

Thinking some choc cherries should be my next purchase.

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Dean

fantastic mate, love that crazy variant of the chocolate delight. :)

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