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    anyone know what morph he is and what gender? Seems like a rainwater albino male, but im not sure. Hes only about 7 months old and 6 inches long. Any info will help!

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    She is female but not sure the morph. Some sort of albino strain for sure. None the less she's gorgeous
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    Quote Originally Posted by GeckoManiac91 View Post
    She is female but not sure the morph. Some sort of albino strain for sure. None the less she's gorgeous
    are you positive its a female? isnt it too young to tell?

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    also, do you know what the vertical slit is?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdogisred View Post
    are you positive its a female? isnt it too young to tell?
    7 months is sort of soon, however you can usually have a good indication at that age. She's showing no bulges or pores so I'm 90% sure she's female. Someone else will chime in though
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    It is a bell albino
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    I've seen the same looks from all 3 albino strains. You'll need to get a clear and close shot of the eyes. Bell albinos will be the easiest to tell as their eyes are more reddish than other albino eyes. Tremper is more silver, Rainwater is darker silver.

    Sometimes things are just too hard to tell, and you won't know for sure unless you ask the breeder (if it's a breeder that even keeps track of genetics).
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    his eyes are essentially silver with a small brown circle around the pupil if that helps? She also has feint green on the skin above her eyes. I cant get a good picture of them with my phone. does anyone have any input on the vertical slit in his stomach?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdogisred View Post
    his eyes are essentially silver with a small brown circle around the pupil if that helps? She also has feint green on the skin above her eyes. I cant get a good picture of them with my phone. does anyone have any input on the vertical slit in his stomach?
    Sounds like a Tremper to me. The faint green above her eyes is normal and fades with age. The vertical slit on the stomach is normal as well, all geckos have that.
    She's beautiful.

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