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Dusk and Dawn - Aneries


Olivia Barron
I picked up this neat pair of aneries last year. Dusk, the male, had a terrible attitude but is the prettier of the pair. Dawn is much nicer, still pretty, but not quite as unique as Dusk. Neither has developed the typical yellow that most aneries get along the neck yet. They're over 50 grams now, so I would think it would be already pretty developed, but I have hardly any experience with anery.

Dusk pictured first and Dawn second.


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Both are very nice and clean looking. I like the contrast between the saddle borders and background.
I love them both. Definitely agree with 67temp that the contrast between the borders and saddles looks really cool.