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    Default Taz, Lavendar or not?


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    Is this a Lavendar Leo or not? My co-workers disagree. Have had him for 9 months now.


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    no, looks like a snow of sorts
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    Thanks for the input. He is the first gecko I have ever lived with and I was just curious what type of Leo.

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    He's definitely a snow, and due to the fact that he hasn't turned yellow and appears now to be an adult, that makes him really nice looking. In my opinion it's kind of a personal decision whether or not to call a gecko a "lavender". It seems to me that most "lavender" coloring refers to the color left when black markings have faded. I don't find it a very useful designation and think that considering him a fine example of a snow that has retained the black and white coloring is something gorgeous in itself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by acpart View Post
    He's definitely a snow, and due to the fact that he hasn't turned yellow and appears now to be an adult, that makes him really nice looking. In my opinion it's kind of a personal decision whether or not to call a gecko a "lavender". It seems to me that most "lavender" coloring refers to the color left when black markings have faded. I don't find it a very useful designation and think that considering him a fine example of a snow that has retained the black and white coloring is something gorgeous in itself.

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    i totally agree its a very nice lookin gecko
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