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Tremper Albino

Leopard Geckos

Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis maculatus) morphs are relatively new for us. We have always liked Carrot Tails, but have been blown away with the vast array of other morphs comming along.

 

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Tremper Albino Leopard Geckos

The second simple recessive mutation to hit the Leo scene was a beautiful form of albinism. Established by Ron Tremper, this line is now referred to as the 'Tremper' Albino, to differentiate it from the other types of albinos that have since been discovered. The different strains of albino leopards are not compatible with each other.

Tremper Albino

 
 
Super Hypo Leopard Geckos

A Super-Hypo is essentially a Hypomelanistic that completely lacks any spots on its body.  "Baldy" is a term used to describe Leopard Geckos that also lack the pigment spots on their heads, although most if not all "Baldies" are also Super-Hypos. This is one of many polygenetic or line bred genetic traits that occur within Leopard morphs.

Super Hypo

 
 
Blizzard Leopard Geckos

This simple recessive trait makes Leopards completely patternless, with only faint traces of yellow coloration remaining, these are quite possibly true leucistic Leopard Geckos. Blizzards can also fluctuate slightly in their darkness or lightness, and are often referred to as "mood geckos" by some breeders.

Blizzards

 
 
Mack Snow Leopard Geckos

In its homozygous form (Super Snow), it's essentially a co-dominant axanthic (lacking all yellow pigment) gene, which also gives the animal solid black eyes. The Snow/Super Snow mutation is one of the few that works surprisingly well with just about every mutation out there and as such, it's also one of the most popular. 

Mack Snow's

 
 

 

 
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