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Old 05-03-2013, 11:52 AM
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Hi there new to the forum and looking to start posting regularly if time permits!

I was wondering if any of you guys knew anything about Leopard Gecko Morphs as i'm acquiring a few from a friend of mine. He did tell me the morphs but i just wanted to be 100% and check with someone else also. So please if anyone could tell me what morphs they are it would be greatly appreciated!












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Old 05-03-2013, 04:09 PM
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wow, for once someone has some actual morphs they don't know
1) enigma or tremper albino enigma
2)reverse/patternless stripe tremper albino (could be chocolate or/and tangerine)
3) hmm definitely albino(not sure which strain, tail looks bellish to me) and hypo so some would call it a hybino
4) super hypo (maybe carrot tail but debatable)
5) i'm going to say it looks like a mack snow reverse stripe raptor because it has lighter colours and the nose, legs and eyes look solid to me, if they're not its the same thing without eclipse so it would be a mack snow reverse stripe tremper.
I don't know if these are right just my guess
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As above .
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ok for me
1 raptor
2 hybino
3 sunglow raptor
4 hypo
5 reverse stripe albino could be rain water hence the light colour my best go lol



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ok for me
1 raptor
2 hybino
3 sunglow raptor
4 hypo
5 reverse stripe albino could be rain water hence the light colour my best go lol



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the first one can't be a raptor as it doesn't have solid eyes, also its eyes are trademark enigma eyes and the rest of it looks like a good example of an enigma aswell
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I was going on this photo http://leopardgeckowiki.com/images/1...r2_alberto.jpg
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ohh i can see where you are coming from. the lack of carrot tail is the main thing for me that says it's an enigma
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I would agree that the first one is an enigma, just looks very much like it
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Old 06-03-2013, 11:01 AM
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Thanks for all the replies. The guy i got them from said they were:

1. Sunglow Enigma het Raptor
2. Tremper Tangerine
3. Bell Sunglow Albino
4. Super Hypo Tangerine
5. A whole fu**** cocktail of morphs (need to ask him again)

Pretty much close to what you guys said.
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wow, for once someone has some actual morphs they don't know
1) enigma or tremper albino enigma
2)reverse/patternless stripe tremper albino (could be chocolate or/and tangerine)
3) hmm definitely albino(not sure which strain, tail looks bellish to me) and hypo so some would call it a hybino
4) super hypo (maybe carrot tail but debatable)
5) i'm going to say it looks like a mack snow reverse stripe raptor because it has lighter colours and the nose, legs and eyes look solid to me, if they're not its the same thing without eclipse so it would be a mack snow reverse stripe tremper.
I don't know if these are right just my guess
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