Leopard Gecko Morphs

Below is a list of the leopard gecko morphs we are currently working with, and an example photo of each morph.

MACK SNOW
The Mack snow is a co-dominant morph that was first released in 2004. The gecko on the right is a one-copy snow, meaning it is only carrying one copy of the snow gene. One copy snows have a little yellow frosting (hard to see on this guy), but they are considerably faded from their normal coloration. The "super snows" are carrying two copies of the snow gene. Super snows are totally white and black, and have jet black eyes!
TREMPER ALBINO MACK SNOW
This morph is a combination of Mack snow (heterozygous form) and Tremper albino. We were one of the first breeders to produce this awesome morph.

A.P.T.O.R.
The name of this gecko is an acronym, and it stands for Albino Patternless Tremper ORange. They are basically a carrot-head, carrot-tail, tangerine albino, and an all around awesome looking gecko. Ron Tremper says there is a new recessive patternless gene in this morph, not related to the other (older) patternless gene.
SUPER HYPO TANGERINES
Our super hypo tangerine stock has been selected from the finest bloodlines in the country. We are constantly upgrading our breeding stock each year to increase the intensity of orange coloration on the body and tail. This awesome male is one of our breeders.

RAINWATER ALBINOS
We are working with both banded and striped Rainwater albinos, many with good amounts of tangerine on the body and tail. Many of our albinos carry patternless genes as well.

RAINWATER PATTERNLESS ALBINOS
Many of our patternless albinos have carrot tails like the one on the right. We usually have hets for sale as well, including albinos het patternless, and patternless het albino.

BELL ALBINOS
Bell albinos are the rarest of the three albino strains, and they are definitely very unique! They are usually very high contrast and have the reddest eyes of the three strains of albino.
TREMPER ALBINOS
We are working with both banded, striped, and reverse striped albinos. Many of our albinos show varying degrees of tangerine.
 

TREMPER GIANTS
The gecko to the left is the son of Moose, the largest Tremper giant at 156 grams. This guy is one of our Tremper Giant breeders.

RAINBOWS
Rainbows are a rarely seen morph, and very cool.

 
BOLD STRIPES
BLIZZARDS
We are working with both blizzards and banana blizzards.

JUNGLES
We really enjoy working with jungle leopards because of the great variation in patterns. All of our jungles have strong jungle patterns with tail bands that do not wrap entirely around the tail. Some of our offspring show complete or almost complete stripes.

Check out the "Swirl Jungle" in the photo! The yellow pattern appears it could fit together like a puzzle!

PATTERNLESS
We are selectively breeding our patternless leopard geckos for bright yellow coloration. Most of the patternless geckos we are producing are het for albino.
HIGH YELLOWS
Our high yellows are usually hets from our many projects, so if you breed them to other morphs you may be in for a surprise!

 

 

 
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