I need a 'morph' advice


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Hello everyone!

In advance, im sorry for me English, it's not my first language, so I hope i will be understandable.

I own three female leopard geckos and I am starting to think about adding a male - hoping to reproduce them for the first time. I am reading a lot about leopard gecko breeding, but still I am far away to be able to recognize and understand everything about their morphs.

So I would happily use any advice considering the morph of the potential male I will buy.

Right now I have following females:
- White&Yellow Radar
- Radar
- Sunglow (Albino Tremper, Tangerine, Super Hypo) Eclipse, poss. White&Yellow.

I definitely won't breed the White&Yellow Radar gecko, because she is a lot smaller then other two (even though all of them are 3 years old) and is inconsistent eater.

So the other two are left, and I know they are from two different albino lines, which should never be mixed.

Any advice what kind of male leopard gecko morph I should be looking for wanting to breed one of those two 'ladies'? Probably would prefer to find a singular morph to avoid too big chaos.

So I would really be thankfull for any advice from more experianced leopard gecko keepers and breeders.

Thanks in advance!


Active member
If you want one male to breed to your females, you will not be able to get a male with any albino genes. If you do, one of the female's offspring will have genes for 2 different albino strains, and you already know that this isn't a good idea. I would recommend getting a white & yellow male so you can produce some white & yellow offspring. Also if the male has the eclipse gene, you could produce some geckos with eclipse eyes.