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    So around July of last year i bought 2 baby leopard geckos. They are now around 9-10 months old. The guy i got them from said they were hatchmates, both Albino Bells incubated for females. He sent me a pic of the parents which i put in the imgur link below. But as they got a little bigger one of the 2 started looking different than the other and the parents. I now have also realized the one that does not look like the parents is a male. The male is only pink and yellow with the exception of some darker spotting on his tail and around his mouth. The female looks exactly like the parents, pink and yellow with dark spotting. I contacted him again just to see if he maybe could have mixed one up but he still says they are from the same clutch/ parents.
    I dont know much about the albino morphs but from what I've found online the male looks more like a tremper albino. I am raising these up for breeding but i dont want to breed them until i know for sure what they are. I have included an imgur album link that has 1 pic of the parents (the one with 3 adults the parents are the 2 that look the same), 1 pic of my female (that looks like the parents) and 4 of my male that doesnt. Any help identifying what the male is and if it is likely that he did come from the same parents would be greatly appreciated.

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    I also believe they are clutch mates. The parents and the female are albinos with body spots. The male is also an albino and has few to no body spots. That's why he looks different.

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