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    I got these from Pets Mart since they looked unique from the other ones. Any help identifying any morphs would be much appreciated. Thanks!

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    They are young and will change their appearance. Based on the first picture:

    Top: hypo (10 or fewer body spots) tangerine; may be super hypo if all the body spots disappear. If it gets a significant amount of orange at the tail base it will be a carrot tail

    middle: Looks like an albino Mack snow (white instead of yellow) to me. It will likely get yellower as it matures

    Bottom: albino, likely Tremper but no way to know for sure.

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    Thanks! Would the bottom one be Hypo as well?

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    It's a little too early to tell about the bottom one. I find that albino geckos don't often have distinct spotting as they mature but can retain the banded look. See how it looks in a few months.

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