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Possible morph

Discussion in 'Leopard Geckos - Eublepharis' started by Jena Gray, Aug 1, 2017.

  1. Jena Gray

    Jena Gray Gecko Egg

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    Idk if this is allowed. But I was curious to what morph my baby Max might be. Here's a current pic. I've noticed his tail is getting thicker orange bands on it. And his body is turning this orangish yellow with little spots on his back
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    If it's not allowed im sorry ahead of time


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  2. Tidgy's Dad

    Tidgy's Dad Gecko Grandparent

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    Can't see why it shouldn't be allowed.
    Very strange and lovely gecko but i'm afraid I don't know the answer to your question.
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    Jena Gray Gecko Egg

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    Thank you anyways


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    Jena Gray Gecko Egg

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    He's a leopard gecko. And I know for sure he's a boy. I took him for a check up with the vet we have and they said so


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    acpart Gecko Grandparent 3 Year Member

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    He's a super hypo (no body spots) tangrine(-ish) baldy (no head spots) carrot tail (orange base of tail)

    Aliza
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    Jena Gray Gecko Egg

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    Thank you Aliza
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    dhanicx Gecko Egg

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    maybe with the tremper albino, the brown on tail and have a green spot on body (emerine - emerald tangerine)
    cmiiw
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    acpart Gecko Grandparent 3 Year Member

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    The spots on the tail are black so it is not an albino. The green is where the black bands have faded. I'm pretty suspicious about "emerine" anyway but unless it comes from a recognized emerine line, it can't really be called emerine.

    Aliza
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    dhanicx Gecko Egg

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    Hm... Okay...
    Can i call emerine is super from tremper?
    Like HG in tangerine
    Like lavender (from bell)

    All created from black banded of baby LG.
    Like my pic below.
    The purple created by black banded...

    Cmiiw [​IMG]

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    acpart Gecko Grandparent 3 Year Member

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    In all honesty, I have no idea what you're talking about:
    You can't really call it an emerine unless you produced it from a gecko that is a known emerine (meaning that the person who produced that gecko told you it was from emerine lines).
    I don't know what "super from tremper" means.
    I don't know what you mean by "HG from tangerine".
    If you clarify I can try to respond.

    If you're asking about the lavender color, most young geckos go through a period where the black is fading and they get lavender coloring. Usually the lavender disappears. Once again, technically you can only call a gecko "lavender" if it comes from known lavender lines.

    Aliza
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    dhanicx Gecko Egg

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    Hm.. okay...
    Nice this one.
    ;)

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    Tidgy's Dad Gecko Grandparent

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    Tis a pretty gecko. :p
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    dhanicx Gecko Egg

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    :p

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