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    I am thinking about possibly using this guy to breed with, but I'm not sure what morph he is. If anyone could tell me it would be very much appreciated.

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    He looks like he's a super-hypo that may have some leusistic and carrot tail in him.

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    He has such a clean and purplish tail that I suspect he's a blizzard. In general, it's not a good idea to breed geckos whose genetic background you don't know. That's not because it's unhealthy, but rather because the resulting offspring are even more of a genetic puzzle. Consequently reputable breeders won't be interested in buying the offspring and the door is open for even more confusion and mix-ups.
    If we're not even sure whether the gecko is a blizzard or patternless (and someone thinks it's a super hypo, though I kind of doubt it), I highly suggest that you find a gecko whose genetic heritage is known if you want to breed.

    Aliza

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