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    Hi there,
    I bought this gecko off a lady who said it was sold to her as a "rainbow". I cant find many images of the so-called rainbow "morph" (i am aware that there are only a small number of actual confirmed morphs and this isnt one of them) is there another name that these guys go by or is he something else entirely?
    He has black spots on his whole head that move down his spine but hardly any on his sides. The spots cover his whole tail. His "base colour" is yellow but above his eyes he appears blue/green. Where his tail joins the body there is some strong orange colouration and the rest of his tail appears purple.
    Thanks for any input
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    Im not the best with morphs. Iv had a look in my book and closest thing i can nail it to is a lavender stripe. But they normally have the opposite to that, a spotless stripe, so im probably wrong haha. Beautiful leo though!!
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    Here's what it says on the Geckoboa site: "Rainbow Stripe - Line of striped and reverse striped geckos originally bred by A&M gecko. Characterized by orange and green coloration. Foundation to other projects such as g project. "

    essentially it's a striped gecko. It comes from a particular line of geckos meaning that it should be documented that at least 1 parent comes from this collection of geckos originally bred by A&M.

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    Great, thank you guys for the info!

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