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    Hey, all! This is Eclipse. She was marked as a Galaxy Pied from the store we purchased her from in Virginia Beach. I haven't found much in regards to the morph however, but if I understand correctly it's a type of Super Snow?

    Figured I'd ask here and see if anyone had some thoughts.

    She was very pinkish when we bought her, as seen in the first picture. She's still pinkish but not nearly as much as when she was itty bitty. Will she continue to get more of an opaque white color?
    The last picture was taken today, July 10th 2020 after a shed last night. It's been so neat to watch her "stripes" begin to separate out into a more spotted pattern.

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    Yes, she's a super snow. The "Galaxy" part refers to the fact that she has the eclipse gene. The eclipse gene shows up in a gecko in one way as solid black eyes. It's difficult to tell sometimes with a super snow because all super snows have solid black eyes (unless they're albinos in which case they have solid red eyes). However, the white on the nose and the legs is another sign of eclipse. I would guess that the store added "pied" because the white splotch on the nose looks like a pied pattern (largely white with areas of color) but I'd just ignore that part.

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