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    Hello! I was looking around various gecko breeder's website and I saw one that was labeled as "Granite." I've never heard of that before for a Gecko, and it looks quite different than anything I've ever seen. It could be a brindle...but it's still different looking to me (though I'm very inexperienced!). Has anyone ever heard of this before? He's listed as available on gekkotas.com all the way at the bottom, I don't know if I'm allowed to post website on here so...go there if you want to see a picture of him! The picture is tiny, I wish it was bigger...

    Just curious, take a look!

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    That breeder is just using the term "granite" as there way of describing the color. It was nothing to do with the gecko being a "granite" morph. There is no such thing in crested geckos.
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    I'd call that a tiger or something too...but it looks like Lawrence was just using it to describe the gecko based on color. It does have an interesting gray coloration which is probably what he was refering to.
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    The coloration on that gecko is wild. I think granite is a nice description of the gecko.

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