Red Stripe Leopard Gecko Morphs

Red Stripe was discovered by a Canadian breeder. At first they named the new morph as “Red Racing Stripe”. After selective breeding their first Red Racing Stripes, the obtained geckos showing a yellow orange body with two intense reddish colored stripes running down the dorsal area. Today, the late Red Racing Stripes is call is … Read more

Tangerine “Carrot Tail & Head” leopard Gecko Morphs

The name Tangerine applies to any Leopard Gecko that shows orange coloring on its body. Its occurrence is frequent in any of the three varieties of the Albinos (Tremper albino, rainwater albino, and bell albino ). There are different nomenclatures linked to the proportion of orange pigment as well as its location. An example of … Read more

High Yellow Leopard Gecko

After the wild leopard gecko was adopted as a pet, its breeders began to reproduce it using selective crossover between members of the same litter, seeking to select the reptiles that showed the most intense yellow color and a smaller proportion of dark spots. From those crosses came the high yellow. High Yellow Leopard Gecko … Read more

White-Yellow Leopard Gecko

The white and yellow leopard geckos take its name due to it shows a large concentration of white and yellow. Everything seems to indicate that it is due to a dominant gene. This mutation appeared in Europe in the mid-90s and is not yet very abundant in North America. Some of its distinctive features include … Read more

Sunglow Leopard Gecko Morph

Sunglow is characterized by having pink eyes. Its body has an intense orange odor, without a single spot or black pigment. It has one of the showiest carrot tails of all. The Sunglows appeared on the scene in 2004, product to the selective reproduction of Tremper albinos and super-hypomelanistic.  They used specimens with the highest … Read more

Jungle Leopard Gecko Morph

Jungle Leopard Gecko gets its name from the patterns and colors of its body. Its design is unique in each one of them. They are hard to classify because not two jungle leos are the same. They may have spots or stripes and come in all different colors. They are known for particularly having diagonal … Read more

Patternless Albino Leopard Gecko Morph

The Rainwater Albino Patternless is the combination of two recessive genes, the Rainwater strain of albino and the Patternless. Both traits are externally visible with the albino expressing itself by eliminating dark pigment. This last one gives the morphs body colors to vivid yellow appearance and a whitetail. These are a very clean and striking … Read more

Blazing Blizzard Leopard Gecko Morphs

Blazing Blizzard is a double recessive combination, including genetics of the two recessive genes, Blizzard and Albino. Similar to the Blizzard morph, Blazing Blizzards display no banding or markings. The main characteristic is the absence of gray coloration at maturity. Instead, they get solid white or white with yellow hues. Blazing Blizzard eyes will usually take … Read more

Bold Stripe Leopard Gecko Morph

Bold Stripe geckos show a clear stripe of yellow that runs down the center of their back framed by solid lines of dark pigment. The sides of the leopard gecko’s body and tail usually exhibit additional black spotting. The stripe may extend from the base of the head along the body to the base of … Read more

Leopard Geckos Common Health Problems

The most common Leopard Geckos Common Health Problems are: Metabolic Bone Disease MBD by its initials is a very common disease in leopard geckos and reptiles in general, which are not provided with mineral supplements and vitamins in their diet. Generally, this happens in novice hobbyists and inexperienced breeders. Some of the symptoms of this … Read more

Super Hypo Melanistic Leopard Gecko

A Super Hypo or Super Hypomelanistic Leopard Gecko is a Leopard Gecko which has no black spots on its back. Super Hypos can range from a dull to a bright yellowish color. Super Hypo is a line bred trait, unlike the Hypos which are thought to be Co-dominant. Many Super Hypos look like Hypos until … Read more

Hypo Melanistic Leopard Gecko

Hypo melanistic or Hypo refers to Leopard Geckos which exhibit reduced melanin or black coloring. To be considered a Hypo rather than a High Yellow a leopard gecko must have 10 or fewer spots on its body (excluding the head and tail). If the gecko is all yellow with no black body spotting, it would be considered … Read more

Enigma Leopard Gecko Morph

Enigma morph appeared for the first time in 2006. This trait emerged as a random genetic mutation, to later be identified as a dominant trait. One of the characteristics among the carriers of this gene is that although the patterns can be variable, babies are always born with spots instead of bands. This is seen … Read more

Mack Super Snow Leopard Gecko

Mack Super Snow is the super form of the Mack Snow and as babies they emerge from the egg with an overall purple tone and solid black eyes. The color and pattern of this morph develops into a striking contrast of a stark white background color with a black spotted pattern and solid black eyes. … Read more

Mack Snow Leopard Gecko

The Mack Snow is best described as a type of axanthic, which is a generic term given to an animal exhibiting reduced yellow pigment. As babies, they emerge from the egg having white bands in place of the typical yellow bands. The adults display a decreased amount of yellow pigment and their background coloration would … Read more

Gem Snow Leopard Gecko

Gem Snow was originally created by Jim Holler, and they are one of the four different types of Snows.  Just like the other three types of snows, they hatch out with a white body and black bands. As they grow older, the bands break up. Gem Snow Genetics Currently, Gem Snows are thought to be … Read more

TUG Snow Leopard Gecko

TUG Snow is a type of axanthic, a genetic trait where the subject has little or no yellow pigment. In most cases this trait is co-dominant. This Snow line created by Craig Stewart from The Urban Gecko. The TUG Snows come from a selectively bred Wild Caught group. RATE OUR GUIDE AND SHARE OUR OPINIONS … Read more

Murphy’s Patternless Leopard Gecko

The Murphy’s Patternless was revealed in 1991 and was the first recessive Leopard Gecko mutation discovered. It was originally misidentified as a Leucistic mutation. Was later renamed the Murphy’s Patternless in 1995 shortly after the Blizzard (Leucistic) was discovered.  Babies emerge with light yellow body color and dark-spotted pattern, which is particularly concentrated in the … Read more

Blizzard Leopard Gecko Morphs

The Blizzard morph, discovered by Jay Villa of Prehistoric Pets in 1995, is very similar to the Murphy Patternless morph. Like the Murphy Patternless morph, the Blizzard morph is a simple recessive morph. As hatchlings, Blizzards are completely patternless and their colors will vary from white to yellow, to a deep purple. As they grow … Read more

Bell Albino Leopard Gecko

The Bell Albino (also less commonly called the Florida Albino) is the newest of the three Leopard Gecko Albino Strains and was discovered by Mark Bell. The eyes of the Bell Albinos are the easiest way to tell them apart from the other two strains. Their eyes are a light pink color. The body tends … Read more

Rainwater Albino Leopard Gecko

Rainwater or Las Vegas Albinos were discovered by Tim Rainwater in 1998. In comparison with the other two strains of albinos, Rainwater Albinos tend to have more pink coloration and be lighter overall. When they hatch, they tend to have yellow bodies with pink bands. As a group, Rainwater Albinos are smaller than the other … Read more

Tremper Albino Leopard Gecko

Albinos can be identified by their lack of melanin or black pigment. There are three known strains of albino, which are the Tremper albino, the Rainwater albino (aka Las Vegas strain), and the Bell albino. Each strain has distinguishing factors that help to visually differentiate each other. The Tremper Albino is the most common and … Read more

Super Giant Leopard Gecko

The supergiant leopard gecko is the homozygous version of the giant leopard gecko trait. About giants and normal geckos, also known as wild leopard geckos, the supergiant leopard gecko is the biggest in the world Supergiant Leopard Gecko Size Males are over 110 grams and females over 90 grams per year of age. They can … Read more

Giant Leopard Gecko Morphs

Giant Leopard Gecko Morph Description The giant-sized leopard geckos are divided into two classes called Giant and Super Giant. In the Giant class, the males reach 80-110 grams, and the females 60-90 grams per year of age. This being their typical size for the Eterozygotes. It should be noted that these giants can appear in … Read more