What type of red foot is she? Is she a cherry head?

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Looks like a norther redfoot x cherry head here is mine if you are looking to sell reach out to me these are northern x cherry heads
 

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ZEROPILOT

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You may have another Hybred there.
The plastron is darker than a northern Redfoot. But the rest of the animal looks northern.
More and more mixes are being created due to the demand for more vibrant reds and oranges.
I'm not positive about that. But it is my best guess.
You didn't mention that moderate pyramiding. Redfoot need high humidity.
 
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