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    Lightbulb Morph ID please


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    Im not the best with morphs and genes.

    But id say whatever the female it. It looks like thats what they are. The spots will disappear.

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    Morph ID please

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nada25 View Post
    Morph ID please
    What morphs are the male and female?
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    Do you also not know what the male and female (parents I assume) are? based on the pictures, the hatchlings are both albinos. The first one is a stripe and the second one could be called a jungle (striped tail and barely broken body bands). The first adult gecko in your picture is not an albino, but must be het for (i.e. have a gene for) albino or else the offspring wouldn't be albino. That first gecko is a super hypo tangerine carrot tail though the tangerine and carrot tail coloring are not of good quality. The other adult may be an albino, but I have no idea if it's a Murphy's patternless (I suspect that because of the very clean tail) or something else.
    You are, of course, free to do whatever you want with breeding, but I do have an uncomfortable feeling if, in fact, you don't really know what the parents or the offspring are. Feel free to correct my assumptions.

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    the translation from Russian is bad

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    acpart Thanks a lot!
    leopard geckos in Russia is very small

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    Yes. It looks like one snake eye and one regular eye, right?
    I didn't know you would need to translate into Russian. I will try to be more clear in my answers.

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    acpart Thank you so much!
    Yes, the eyes are different.
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