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    Hi everyone!

    I've been a long time leopard gecko keeper, but never really explored morphs much until I finally got more space to finally pursue my hobbies the way I always wished I had. I picked up this beauty yesterday at a reptile show, but the seller was not very knowledgeable (red flag, I know but his animals all appeared well-kept). I think he may have been employed by the actual breeder. Anyway, this was sold to me as a hypo and I chose her for the beautiful orange coloration (which did not come through well in the bad lighting this picture was taken). Comparing this to other hypos, she has no body spots but it looks to me there could be more to her. Is this within the normal variation expected for a regular hypo? If not, what traits do you think this girl may have? Thanks for helping me out!
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    I would call her a super hypo (you're right, no body spots), tangerine (good orange color), carrot tail - barely -, baldie (no head spots). Nice looking gecko!

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