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    Default Solid White Gecko with Black Eyes

    Dont know what it is, but its already 9 grams and no spots have developed so Im thinking it is homozygous for blizzard. Its pink so I think its albino. And its it lacks color so I think its either mack snow or mack super snow.
    The only thing throwing it off is that it has solid black eyes and not red eyes.
    I have seen mack super snow blazing blizzard and they seem to have semi ruby red eyes.

    Personally, I think a solid white gecko with black eyes looks cooler.



    What are your thoughts?
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    What are the parents?
    first view if it has solid eyes it could be a BB(I have a Tremper BB with snake eyes).
    But to say more the parents are needed *G*

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    very cool!
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    Father is a Mack Snow Blazing Blizzard,




    Mother is either a Mack Blizzard het. Albino or Mack Albino het. Blizzard. They came from a colony.

    The other gecko pictured is a Mack Blizzard. I think.
    Last edited by Geckoreo; 07-31-2008 at 01:44 PM.
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    Its so clear, I could see my reflection
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    Looks similar to Dad!!!

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    That is super cool looking. Congrats. It will a cool leopard to watch as it grows.

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    What was the incubation temp and duration? It's definately a mack blizz het tremper atleast, anything beyond that is speculation unless cooked female.
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    incubated at 82
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    I will go out on a limb(hey that's what I do for a living too ) and say you have a MSTABB and possible a SSTABB
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