just jarred 14 of the biggest males, giving me a better look at the intermediate color... it's kind of a pale purple/ lavender color, with fins like the darker color ones. Unfortunately, the jars are not at all conducive to photography, but will help me keep them separate for individual pictures that i will take over the next week or so.
The females now that i can look at them on a more individual basis, i have a few that mirror the males except no reds, but there are the cambodian-style ones (the colors are different from a true cambodian). Like i said before they may turn red as that's what my red males looked like at one point. I also seem to have alot that don't seem to have any color on their bodies, or no color other than a stripe. I will also try and isolate them long enough to get good pictures of them as unstriped as possible.
Still amazed with the speed a stripe will appear on some of these. Chameleons would be jealous how fast they change color.