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    Hi, I got these guys from a friend who couldn't care for them anymore. I just wanted to verify what kind of geckos they are and what they are worth. Thanks.gecko 3.jpggecko 4.jpggecko 2.jpggacko1.jpg

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    *I've moved this to the Leo subforum, as they're Leopard Geckos. as far as worth, I have no idea.
    also, to determine value, you need to know age, weight, and gender.
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    Does anyone know what kind of leos they are? also Im just looking for a round about value or a range of what they are individually worth. Thanks.

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    Let me start off by saying they are absolutely gorgeous.
    First, second and fourth geckos all look to be Tremper Albinos to me.
    The third one looks like a Murphy's Patternless.
    As far as value goes it's really up to you and the market in your area.
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    Actually, I think the albinos look more like Bells, though I can't be sure, and the other one looks more like a blizzard. Geckos are worth different amounts depending on who produced them (i.e. a breeder with a good reputation or someone selling a gecko produced by such a breeder will get better prices than an unknown person selling geckos whose genetic history they don't know). Given where you and the geckos probably fall in the list in parentheses above, they will sell on the low side. I can't give an exact number.

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    Because the pedigree is unknown their value as breeders for projects would be limited. At least 2 of them are missing parts of their toes which would be clear evidence of poor husbandry practice.

    I do not think their value would be any higher than what you could get from a large chain retailer such as Petsmart, maybe 30 or 40 dollars on the high end.

    I would be less concerned with their value and more concerned with making sure that their enclosure is set up properly.

    Good luck.
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    I really like that Patternless, WOW! What would you think a price on he/she to be? Also, would you be willing to send to Alabama?

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    Sorry, I don't plan to ship them. I have no idea really how to price them. I suppose if you make a great offer and pay for shipping that I might reconsider.

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