Greek from the OC shelter

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sushisurf13

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I adopted this guy last week. for 20 bucks. He is much smaller than my other greeks, but he seems older. No name as of yet.







is he a Hermanns? note the "PEAR/teardrop" shape.

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Eric
 

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No he is definitely not a hermann's, not sure of what kind of greek though maybe Antakyan??
 

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Not Antakyan, 5th vertebral scute is not wider than the rest. Im sure Danny will be along in a few days to sort it out though, he is a bit busy at the moment ;)
 

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Hi Eric,
It is an Antakyan greek, T.g.antakyensis. Most likely Lebanonese.
Anja you need to measure the widest part of the 5th vertebral, which is the bottom of the scute. It's early here so not busy right now. ;)

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Ahhh I missed it! I can see it now clear as day in the first pic but I was looking more at the last pic. lol
 
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