Help identifying morphs and sex

jgeckos

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I picked these leopard geckos up from Petco and was wondering if anyone could tell me what type of morphs they are (if any- but especially for the second one) and the sexes of both (I attached some images to show under them.)
 

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perfect14614

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I picked these leopard geckos up from Petco and was wondering if anyone could tell me what type of morphs they are (if any- but especially for the second one) and the sexes of both (I attached some images to show under them.)
Did you buy it with complete data ? it should be with data because when you want to breed the gecko, you will need it. Gecko with dot it looks like booth of it are female. see the attached picture hope can help you identify gecko sex
 

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acpart

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The first one is a normal/high yellow ("high yellow" just means that there is less spotting so the yellow shows up). The second is a super hypo (no body spots) baldy (no head spots). It could also be considered a pretty poor quality tangerine (kind of orange colored) and carrot tail (orange base of tail).
It's really hard for me to tell, but I have a sense that both these geckos may be female. Their tails seem on the thin side for breeding this season (females should be at least 50 grams). The problem with breeding Petco geckos (though I have done it on a very few occasions) is that you don't really know what you're getting, a serious breeder will not be interested in buying them because their genetics are unknown, and if you sell them for really cheap, some breeders may be unhappy because it drives down the market, but that's for you to decide about.

Aliza
 
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