Red phase?

SnakeManJohn

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It's 4:30 and I'm tired! I only searched through 3-4 pages from the search button for my question. Does the red phase G. rosea have that bright red color for the rest of its life? Also, could you give me some info about the red phase? I'm going to bed so I'd like to wake up to some replies ;)
 

BGBYTOY

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My male died with the same red color as when he was younger.

Here's my Female.

 
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beetleman

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awesome:clap: ive got female aswell,she looks just like that 1 they do keep those great colors.
 

P. Novak

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I would say yes, they keep their colors throughout their whole lives. Otherwise it wouldn't have it's own color phase name. You know what I mean?
 

Varden

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I've had a couple older G. rosea and I've got a batch of the red color phase slings. The slings are only just starting to get that red look, but the adults had them for as long as I had the adults. I do believe they would keep that coloring.
 

ratz00

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Yes they do keep the reddish color, nut please note that the brightness and saturation of the raddish color does become subdued to a slightly dull reddish brown color as they near their next molt. Cheers.
 
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