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    Hey all, here and there I've been seeing references to a "Starfire" pacman morph. Like this. [Link]

    Does anyone know anything about these? I don't really see much difference between them and the strawberry or apricot morphs.

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    Hi, I don't really see much difference from strawberry either to be honest. If it wasn't labeled as a Starfire I would call it strawberry. If you get it I would just treat it like any normal albino Cranwelli morph. I'm really surprised they say it only grows to be an 1 to 1 1/2 inches, most cranwelli's I have seen grow to be bigger then that male or female.

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    I think it only means the babies are 1-1.5 inches, below it says they reach 4-7 inches as adults. In any case, I agree. I think they pretty much look like an especially vibrant strawberry cranwelli. I'd just go with a strawberry if there's a price difference. Pretty frog either way lol
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    I think the price is about the same. If they show up in the store again I may pick one up, if only to see what it looks like when it matures. If nothing else I'll just have a regular strawberry and that's nothing to sneeze at!

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    It's a morph. They are supposed to have orange marks on the top of the body. I've seen them called starburst and sunburst too. I've got one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by John View Post
    It's a morph. They are supposed to have orange marks on the top of the body. I've seen them called starburst and sunburst too. I've got one.
    Can I see a pic of yours if that's cool? I'd like to see what they look like as more mature adults.

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    Mine is still a baby but I will get a pic.
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    Daybr4ke I didn't scroll down that far, was brain fart on my part. When I was looking at the picture I was looking on my phone and under the first little bit of info there was an add and just assumed that was all the info they gave. L.O.L Guess I should have kept scrolling down.

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    Yeah, I kinda figured. It's easy to miss, and one would assume they would list the max size in the size category(at least I would) but they didn't lol
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    Photos as promised. Starfire/Starburst/Sunburst. This is still a youngster.


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    Oh thanks! What a pretty little jellybean. I think I'd probably go for a different morph though, maybe a strawberry! There's a show coming up in my town, so maybe I'll look there.

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    Just watch out for vendors selling Strawberry Pineapples as Strawberries. Pat Kline/Dartfrog Depot/snared99 on fauna, did that to me.
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    It's just an albino with a hint of apricot

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