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Bearded Dragons

Bearded Dragons (Pogona vitticeps) are amongst the most sought after reptiles in captivity. Their curious and interactive nature make them rewarding subjects. Currently we are working with some of the rarest and most stunning morphs available.

This is Kim and Karen's area of expertise! They have sourced our bloodlines, which are exceptionally diverse and include the very best German, Italian, Slovenian, Belgian, Japanese and USA lineages.

The Base Morphs
Satyrday Red Flaming Tiger Bearded Dragons

Our Satyrday's are bright red-orange, with pale aftertones to the head. This male pictured below is also hypo (clear nailed), and has the ingredients to produce some absolutely awesome babies. This Satyrday also holds the purple-blue tiger banding! These guys are fast growing and just better and better as they grow! These along with the Cawley Red's are the "Rolls Royce" of Bearded Dragons!!

Satyrday Flaming Red Tiger Hypo

Cawley Red Flaming Tiger Bearded Dragons

These are real screamer's! Selected for intense fire red colouration, and purple-blue tiger banding. Some offspring will be hypo's (clear nailed), these will be unreal!


Cawley Red Flaming Tiger

Red Italian Leatherback Bearded Dragons

There are apparently at least two distinct lines of these dragons. The Italian lineage is known as the Leatherback (this is what we have), the US is called the American Smoothie. Both are co-dominant and have been proven compatible with each other. The dominant form of this morph is the Silkback. There appears also to be one or even two recessive forms of leatherback/smoothie (this is being proved out right now). As the names suggest, the texture of the skin on the back of these dragons are very much smoother than normal. This also has implications on the appearance of colours. The potential with these is huge.

CRFT Leatherback


Red Green Transluscent Bearded Dragons

Red Green Transluscents are simple recessive traits producing very unusual yellow/orange to red colours with green undertones giving a transluscent appearance. Possibilities for combo's are huge with these largely unexplored traits.



Pastel Bearded Dragons

Pastel's show incredible shades of yellow, orange, pink and white. Colours brighten as they grow. We have hypo (clear nailed) Pastel's to further reduce dark markings and enhance the pastel colours.

Hypo Cirtus Pastel


Leucistic Bearded Dragons

Our Leucistic's are white, with awesome shades of lavender and blue. This is the product of a recessive trait.

Hypo Leucistic


Belgian Super Orange Florida Bearded Dragons

We have just started working with this Belgian line of the Florida Super Orange. These are going to proove to be very popular as the orange tones are subtle but beautiful.

Belgian Super Orange Florida


Hypo Bearded Dragons

Many of our founding Bearded stock is hypo (clear nailed), the importance of hypo's is fundemental to producing awesome clean coloured offspring. Hypomelanistic Bearded's are produced as a recessive trait.



Silk Back Bearded Dragons

Silkbacks are the dominant form of the co-dominant Italian Leatherback, US Smoothie or the two morphs combined. We are currently involved in an international research project on this unusual morph.



The Designer Morphs
Translucent Smoothie Bearded Dragons

The merging of the Translucent and Smoothie morphs, are starting to produce some truely awesome designers.

Trans Smoothie


Canary yellow Purple Hypo Translucent Striped Smoothie

Introducing the Canary Yellow Purple Hypo Translucent Striped Smoothie! Many of our lines now carry the purple genes.


Note on Adeno Virus testing

Our breeders and currently available dragons have not been tested for Adenovirus. To read the most up to date peer reviewed publication written by the leading authority on Adenovirus in Pogona vitticeps please read his latest publication Reptile Adenovirus and PCR Sequencing

If you would like to test there is an easily understood explanation written by Randy Whitmire of AlphaDragonZ:

PCR vs. EM Adenovirus testing





Fiji Banded Iguana's
Spotted Fiji Banded Iguana's
This seasons projects
Moonglow Boa

++ This season ++ Blue Eyed Leucy's ++ Silverstreak's ++ Cinn's ++ Black Pastels ++ Lemon Pastels ++ Tiger Pastels ++ Woma's ++ Spider Balls ++ Pastel Balls ++ Sunglow Boas ++ Super Pastels ++ Salmon Boas ++ Albino Boas ++ Albino Balls ++ Pied Balls ++ Lesser Platy's ++ Mojave Balls ++ Ghost Ball's ++ Bumble Bee Balls ++ Red Italian Leatherback Bearded's ++ Cawley Red Flaming Tiger Beardeds ++ Satyrday Red Flaming Tiger Beardeds ++ Red/Green Transluscent Bearded's ++ Belgian Super Orange Florida Beardeds ++ Hypo Pastel Beardeds ++ Leucistic Beardeds ++ Hybino Leopard's ++ Pied Yemen Cham's++ Enchi Pastel Jungle Ball's ++ plus many others!!!! !

Red Italian Leatherbacks

Cawley Red Flaming Tiger Leatherback Bearded's


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