A Paradox Bearded Dragon is a Bearded Dragon that expresses contradictory features or qualities.
Paradox is not a standard dominant or recessive genetic. It can pop out randomly, there is also absolutely no guarantee you will produce a Paradox by breeding Paradoxes. It’s anomalous in nature, and each animal is different. The very first one was produced by Phantom Dragons in 2003. The term “Purple Paradox” was coined by Wayne at Venom Dragons in 2005 after he purchased his first Paradox animals from Phantom. Not all Paradox animals express purple. 
"The term “Paradox” is an loose term used in the reptile industry/hobby that has no scientific/genetic value. It simply describes an anomalous phenotype, anywhere from a small, nearly undetectable colour/pattern difference all the way up to extreme 50/50 animals.
The two most common forms of “paradox” that we encounter in the hobby are Mosaics and Chimeras
A mosaic is an animal that has genetically distinct cell lines but they originated from a single zygote.
A chimera is an animal that has genetically distinct cell lines but they originated from more than one zygote/individual
You breed an Albino to a Normal/Wild Type and what you hatch are het Albinos. But one of them has random full Albino patches on it. This happens because of a few reasons, one of which being the wild-type allele of the gene is lost in a subset of the cells in this animal’s body. So the animals then has two genetically different sets of cells in its body - 2n and 2n-1 - but all of the cells in its body have the same embryo as their origin. This type of “paradox” animal is a mosaic
You breed a Pinstripe to a Normal/Wild Type and what you hatch are Pinstripes and Normals, but one of the Pinstripes has random Normal patches on it. This happens because, most often, two different fertilized ovum fuse to create a single embryo. This give you an animal with two genetically different sets of cells in its body - 2nw and 2np - that each had an independent origin. This type of “paradox” animal is a chimera.
Bilateral animals are almost assuredly simple mosaics. The first division of the fertilized embryo sets up the left/right asymmetry, so if the chromosomal non-disjunction event happens there then every cell on one side of the animal will have lack one of the alleles while every cell on the other side of the body will have both of the alleles." - Travis Wyman 
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The head of a Paradox Bearded Dragon can be completely random, ranging from the expression of a individual traits phenotype, up to a complete 50/50 split down the centre. Eye colour is something that can be altered also, with some showing different colouration per eye.
The body of a Paradox Bearded Dragon can be completely random and can range from a slight, almost unnoticeable, smudge all the way up to covering the entire length of their bodies.
The belly of a Paradox Bearded Dragon can be completely random, though it is less often noticeably effected than other areas on Bearded Dragons.
The tail of a Paradox Bearded Dragon can be completely random.
No known proven lines
No known related traits