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    Hey folks,

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    Was hoping to get a bit of help identifying my Leos' morphs. My male (first pic) I'm almost positive is a Super Hypo (carrot tail?). He was advertised as Hypo but there are no spots on his body.

    One of my females (2nd pic) I'm thinking may be a Super Hypo baldy, but since she's darker than my other guy, she's a bit darker than the picture shows, I'm a bit thrown off.

    My other female (last pic) I thought for a while may have just been normal but her long spot patterns are making me think otherwise. Possibly Mack Snow crossed with Normal?

    Any thoughts?
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    I agree the first one is a super hypo carrot tail and I would even call it a baldy even though there are faint markings on the head.
    The second one is also a super hypo baldy but not a carrot tail and too yellow to be tangerine.
    For the third one I'd have to see a picture of the whole gecko including the whole tail from directly above. Sometimes, even if it's a banded gecko, the stripes from the bands line up so there is what appears to be a dorsal stripe. Offhand it looks as though the gecko hatched with regular bands and they broke up into something that looks like stripes, but it may be easier to tell with a better picture.

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    Thanks Aliza! The opinion of the trained eye is much appreciated. Here are a few more pics of the last one:

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    The tail is definitely banded. I also think that the body was originally banded (you can kind of see banded groupings of spots) but the spots broke up in a way that creates a stripe look. I'd call it a normal morph..

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    Thanks again Aliza! Hope you're staying safe in Sommerville, I'm just a little upstream in Lynn

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brucey View Post
    Thanks again Aliza! Hope you're staying safe in Sommerville, I'm just a little upstream in Lynn
    Hanging in there, though shopping at 6 in the morning (old people hour) does not appeal!

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