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    Since we seem to have quite a few people here on GU now that are working with Tokay morphs, I thought I'd start a thread that's specifically for teaming up to figure out how these genetics are working out. So, if you're working with tokay morphs, please start out by letting us know what you have and posting up some pics as well if you can. Also, many of the morphs change progressively from looking normal at hatching time into various other colors/patterns as they grow. So it would be fun if you would post pics of your babies as they change. Let's work together together to start unraveling the mystique behind some of these genetics! I'll be posting up pics of my tokays hopefully later today if time allows. But please feel free to go ahead and start sharing yours right away. No need to wait for me
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    These are pics of my Calico (melanistic) x Calico (blue) juvies. Quite the diverse looking group so far. They're still all going through changes. So I'll keep posting pics as they progress towards adulthood.

    juvie #1:

    juvie #2:

    juvie#3:

    juvie#4


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    This is my Wild Caught green male:




    These pics are all pretty representative of what they look like the majority of the time. As with all tokay, their colors can be variable throughout the day.
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    I'm very excited to get this project moving:

    Wild caught male Melanistic Blue Granite minimal Pied, Black Frost (top darkest, bottom lightest colors)



    Wild caught female Blue Granite, Rain (probably gets darker than top, but lighest colors on bottom)



    Wild caught female (morph still under debate) Blue Ghost or Blue Granite Peach Head minimal Pied or Blue minimal Calico, Overcast (have not seen darkest colors)



    Don't have a male for this girl yet. Wild caught High Orange female, Tsunami (light colors only)
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    Very nice group of Tokay Geckos you have there Kita.

    Ethan, I like the slate walls in that enclosure.

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    @ Kita...my juvie #2 currently looks a lot like your Tsunami.

    @ Maurice...thanks, but those are actually not really slate. They're fake slate "peel and stick" vinyl floor tiles from Home Depot! They make for great background in vivs.
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    You had me fooled, I figured you were a Master Stone Mason there for a minute.

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    Thanks Maurice!

    It's interesting to see all the different directions your CalicoxCalico kids are going, Ethan. I know they all came from Ophidiophile, but are they siblings with both parents the same? I'm hoping to find a high red or higher orange male for Tsunami. And I'm hoping to have a Leucistic to either breed with Black Frost or both of his girls, whichever sex I end up with.
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    1.2 Leachianus
    1.1 Aristelliger lar
    1.2 Ptychozoon lionatum

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    2.3 Geckolepis typica

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    Quote Originally Posted by MauricesExoticPets View Post
    You had me fooled, I figured you were a Master Stone Mason there for a minute.

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    I actually do use a lot of real slate in my vivs too. Not on the walls so much as I do for hides, decoration, floors, etc. I bought a whole pallet of natural slate tile on clearance at Home Depot a few years ago and still haven't gotten around to putting it down on the floor of the sun room as intended. So, with like 100 boxes of it sitting in my garage, it makes for an easy choice in viv decor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kita View Post
    Thanks Maurice!

    It's interesting to see all the different directions your CalicoxCalico kids are going, Ethan. I know they all came from Ophidiophile, but are they siblings with both parents the same? I'm hoping to find a high red or higher orange male for Tsunami. And I'm hoping to have a Leucistic to either breed with Black Frost or both of his girls, whichever sex I end up with.

    Yeah, all of the calico x calico juvies came from the same parents. You would never know it by looking at them though. And none of them look like either of the parents. Not yet anyways. We'll have to see what the future brings for them.
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    Here's a few. I haven't taken pictures of my tokays in a while so a lot of these are soon after I got the animals. That is to say, formerly skinny animals are now big and fat!

    First up the Calicos (which many have seen already - these 2 are the parents of Ethan's calico x calico progeny):

    Male:


    Female:


    Next up is a leucistic female:


    The Leucy female has been producing (4 clutches now) with this strange male whose morph I call "Dilute" - he varies from light powder blue to almost white:


    This an Olive Patternless (Blue Headed) Male:


    Orange Caramel Albino Female:


    Yellow Caramel Albino Female:


    That's it for now, more to come when I find a spare minute!
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