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    Question Looking for help identifying my Leoís please!


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    Hi all,

    Iím fairly new to keeping Leoís and have just started looking into which morphs my Leoís are, would anybody be able to help me try to identify them please?

    Photo number one is my 2 year old male Houdini, I was told he was either a giant or super giant and they thought he was a tremper hybino but Iíd like a second opinion on that? Heís definitely large and heavy enough to be a giant of some kind but Iím not sure whether he is a tremper or not honestly.

    Number 2 is our 8 year old female Peanut, she was sold to us by a family who got bored of her so they had no clue what she is honestly, I had assumed she was just a normal but my local rescue werenít convinced that she is.

    Number 3 is our little baby Rose, she was abandoned by a pretty awful breeder near us because she wasnít shedding well or eating properly, sheís slowly improving with us but naturally it means we havenít got a clue what morph she is either.

    Any help identifying any of our babies would be amazing!

    Thank you

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    I can't see the first one well enough to venture a guess. The picture is small and fuzzy. The second one is a reverse stripe (two dotted stripes down the middle of the back. The third seems to still be reaching her final pattern. If she loses all her body spots she will be a super hypo; if she retains 10 or fewer body spots she will be a hypo and if it's more than 10 spots, she will have few enough spots so you could call her a high yellow.
    With the first one, there's no way to know for sure whether it's a Tremper or whether it's a giant unless you have some knowledge of its bloodlines.

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    Hiya,

    Thank you for that! Iím not sure why the photo for the first one came out so bad, is this any better?

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    It's still kind of small, but a bit better. Definitely an albino, no way to tell by looking if he's a Tremper, but it's likely. A "hybino" is just a super hypo tangerine albino. If he truly has no body spots, then he qualifies.

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