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    Want to find out what morph your leopard gecko is??? This is the place to start. This gets asked so often that I thought having a sticky thread would help keep down the clutter in the forums.

    Included are some links to help you. Try these FIRST! Then, if you still can't figure it out, post some pictures in this thread and see what the other members have to say.

    Remember, if you don't know the original genetics that your leopard gecko comes from, anything else is just a guess.

    Start here:
    Category:Morphs - Leopard Gecko Wiki

    and here:
    Leopard Gecko Morphs
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    Default Found in the Wild, Tucson AZ

    My husband found this little baby girl at work and brought her home. I've been scouring the internet trying to figure out what morph she is but I can't seem to find any that fit the bill.. any ideas? We live in Tucson, AZ if that helps. Is it possible that she is mixed with another breed of gecko?
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    It's not a leopard gecko it's a banded gecko (coleonyx). We have a forum specifically for them. If you post your pic in the forum, someone will likely be able to tell you exactly which coleonyx it is.
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    I just bought my gecko on Sunday and I was wondering what morp it is because my guess would be a jungle patternless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by left coast CA View Post
    I just bought my gecko on Sunday and I was wondering what morp it is because my guess would be a jungle patternless.

    You need to post a picture of it here for us to see it.
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    Default Morph?

    I got this lovely chap earlier today from my uncle as a present. I'm not very good at identifying morphs, so was just wondering if someone could tell me if he's a normal or some kind of morph!

    I took him to Pets At Home to buy another hide and to see if they could identify him, and they told me 'It's just a morph'
    Shows how much pet stores know, huh?

    Also, what's the best way to introduce him to my other two females? I was thinking putting them in a bath (without any water) together, that way if they get aggressive I can intervine before they reach eachother. Thanks!
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    He looks to be just a normal, not really sure about introducing them though, never done it with leos.

    Quote Originally Posted by Soph View Post
    I got this lovely chap earlier today from my uncle as a present. I'm not very good at identifying morphs, so was just wondering if someone could tell me if he's a normal or some kind of morph!

    I took him to Pets At Home to buy another hide and to see if they could identify him, and they told me 'It's just a morph'
    Shows how much pet stores know, huh?

    Also, what's the best way to introduce him to my other two females? I was thinking putting them in a bath (without any water) together, that way if they get aggressive I can intervine before they reach eachother. Thanks!
    PS. Sorry about the awful quality pictures.
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    Great, thanks.
    Ended up introducing them seperately, each female with him on their own in a big plastic tub. They seemed alright, didn't show any signs of aggression. Left them all in a box next to me to keep an eye on them now. Any more suggestions/tips would be helpful, thanks.

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    That sounds good for introducing, I hope you know what your getting into putting a male with females, that equals babies. If you have more questions I would suggest reading over the frequently asked questions sticky in the leopard gecko section, it should be at the top; it covers anything and everything about caring for a leopard gecko.

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    Great, thanks.
    Ended up introducing them seperately, each female with him on their own in a big plastic tub. They seemed alright, didn't show any signs of aggression. Left them all in a box next to me to keep an eye on them now. Any more suggestions/tips would be helpful, thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Soph View Post
    I got this lovely chap earlier today from my uncle as a present. I'm not very good at identifying morphs, so was just wondering if someone could tell me if he's a normal or some kind of morph!

    I took him to Pets At Home to buy another hide and to see if they could identify him, and they told me 'It's just a morph'
    Shows how much pet stores know, huh?

    Also, what's the best way to introduce him to my other two females? I was thinking putting them in a bath (without any water) together, that way if they get aggressive I can intervine before they reach eachother. Thanks!
    PS. Sorry about the awful quality pictures.
    Normal. No quarantine for the new one?

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