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    Question Can someone help me identify my leopard gecko morph.


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    I got my leo today from my sister's friend, and she said is that she didn't know what it is.
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    It looks like a Mack snow albino reverse stripe gecko. The gecko will probably get yellower as it matures.

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    Update on him 6 months later
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    definitely an albino of some sort. This website might help. https://www.clubfauna.com/articles/r...geckos-morphs/

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    I am not an expert on Murphy patternless geckos and have been wrong about the hatchlings on a number of occasions. The update pictures look more like a Murphy patternless gecko and I don't even know at this point if it's an albino or not, since non-albino Murphy patternless also hatch with no black. You can scroll down on this website to "Murphy patternless" to see what they look like as hatchings (before the beige markings fade): Genetic – CsytReptiles

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    Def murphy's patternless, from what i've seen thats a fairly common look at both stages.
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