Douglas R. Matuszak 2171 Delaware Dr.
Cleveland Heights, OH 44106
What do you get when you breed a cinnamon pastel to a pastel jungle? Well I started this project in 2005 when I got my first pair of cinnamons that were both babies at the time. I got my male up to size that winter and bred him to a female pastel jungle and in 2006 produced my first pewters. I then got one of my pewter males up to size and bred him back to a female pastel jungle again and produced my first silver streak which ended up being a male in 2007.
I then got the male silver streak up to size quickly and bred him to one of the female pewters and produced in 2008 my silver bullet and the first super pewter. I also got from my original pewter male bred to a female cinnamon my first super cinnamon, another male(got lucky again). So here in these pictures are all the pieces parts minus the original pieces that would be a cinnamon pastel and a pastel jungle and a normal that you will get by seeing this combination of mutations through to its conclusion.
I just want to mention that the super cinnamon in this picture looks like a yearling compared to the other babies but in fact, he is 5 days shy of his 3 month birth date in this shot taken on 9/18/08, his hatch date is 6/23/08, looks like another candidate for becoming a daddy before reaching a year of age. His girlfriend will be the Banana ball for reasons that if it works will be simply jaw dropping. I will keep you up to date with that project. What you see in the picture is the following: super pastel jungle, pewter, silver streak, silver bullet, super cinnamon and the super pewter.