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Hi all,

I have a super-hypo leopard gecko with an orange band at the base of the tail but not a quarter of the length so thinking its just a super-hypo and not a super hypo carrot tail.

However I know its a super-hypo which i understand as the phenotype but I don't know what super-hypo translates to in genotype, can someone please explain.

Thanks in advance,
Heyze
 

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Hi all,

I have a super-hypo leopard gecko with an orange band at the base of the tail but not a quarter of the length so thinking its just a super-hypo and not a super hypo carrot tail.

However I know its a super-hypo which i understand as the phenotype but I don't know what super-hypo translates to in genotype, can someone please explain.

Thanks in advance,
Heyze
The genotype of a Super Hypo is:
Dominant Hypo
Polygenic Reduced Spotting (Super)

Other likely traits at play are
Polygenic Tangerine
Polygenic Carrot Tail
 

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The genotype of a Super Hypo is:
Dominant Hypo
Polygenic Reduced Spotting (Super)

Other likely traits at play are
Polygenic Tangerine
Polygenic Carrot Tail
Thanks for the help : victory:
 
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