ImageMagick Linux mimick ezgif com result

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Ezgif.com is a great page but can ImageMagick get the same results?

Ezgif settings:

Delay: 200 per image
Crossfade frames 
Fader delay: 6 
Frame Count: 10

My attempt via Linux Terminal:

convert -delay 200 -loop 0 *.jpg myimage.gif

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