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    Lightbulb What is this morph? Snow? idk?


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    Hello,

    I am new to this. I recently fell in love with this little guy/girl. I was told he/she isn't older than 3 months. I was thinking maybe a snow of some kind. I tried looking at pictures but there aren't a lot of little guys with this current pattern.
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    I feel she may be too yellow to be a snow. Snows start out black and white banded. Non-snows that are banded start out black and yellow banded. Many snows, as they get older, get yellower as well, but this one's young for it to be that yellow already. It's likely that as the gecko matures, the solid black bands will break up into spots and the spots will migrate to different parts of the body, so be prepared for the gecko to look different in a few months. It's really exciting checking a young gecko after each shed to see how it's changed.
    You may notice that not all the body bands look the same; some of them have small breaks in them. You can call your gecko "aberrant" because it has slightly broken body bands but pretty consistent tail bands.

    Aliza

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