Morphs?

The lizards

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Hello! I have 3 baby leopard geckos that all look COMPLETELY different even though they all came from the same parents. I’ve posted about one, but I’d like to ask about the others as well. (One of them is really dark and I don’t know if that’s bad)
 

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acpart

Geck-cessories
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As I mentioned in a previous post, the one you posted about before looks like a blizzard to me. The middle one with the black splotches is an "aberrant' because it has a broken body band but the tail bands seem to be solid. I don't know how well the color is coming off in the picture. If it truly hatched white and black instead of white and yellow it's a Mack snow. This may be likely because the first one could possibly be a Mack super snow. You will know as it matures because it will get lighter and develop lines of black spots on a white background. This is why it's difficult to breed geckos whose genetic heritage is unknown. If I'm right about these morphs (and I'm not sure) then both the parents are Mack snows and have a gene for blizzard.

Aliza
 

The lizards

Member
As I mentioned in a previous post, the one you posted about before looks like a blizzard to me. The middle one with the black splotches is an "aberrant' because it has a broken body band but the tail bands seem to be solid. I don't know how well the color is coming off in the picture. If it truly hatched white and black instead of white and yellow it's a Mack snow. This may be likely because the first one could possibly be a Mack super snow. You will know as it matures because it will get lighter and develop lines of black spots on a white background. This is why it's difficult to breed geckos whose genetic heritage is unknown. If I'm right about these morphs (and I'm not sure) then both the parents are Mack snows and have a gene for blizzard.

Aliza
Thank you so much! The parents look completely like normals though. Would the mack snow be able to be inside of them somehow? (I posted photos of the parents on the other post.)
 

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