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    Try to guess what morph are they??

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    And more photo of them!!

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    I think it is an enigma, but I could be wrong they could also be a phantom or a co dom hypo snow?? Let us know

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    i'm going to have to go with oli. though the pics are very hard to tell.
    Hemitheconyx caudicinctus

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    that white-ish one in the last pic (first post of yours) looks amazing. It has a little red heart on it's side ! *MINE*.
    They look like some kinda striped enigma?(if so, really unique looking!)... but I think we're all second-guessing ourselves! Lol

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    They look alot like Enigmas. But the eyes look normal. So my guess is that these are this white&yellow morph (or whatever it is called) that some people in eastern europe breed. Right?

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    leopard geckos can be tough sometimes for me. what's the difference between some aptors and sunglows, or hyglos, or eclipses and raptors. It gets a little confusing if you're not on top of it at all times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oli View Post
    leopard geckos can be tough sometimes for me. what's the difference between some aptors and sunglows, or hyglos, or eclipses and raptors. It gets a little confusing if you're not on top of it at all times.
    I agree !
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    maybe a snowglow X enigma cross????

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    I think we're getting close...maybe you want to give us the answer or a hint stazar????

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