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    Default Leopard Gecko Morph Help!!!

    Hi everybody, is this one a rainwater albino patternless????
    I'm really new to Leo so can't quite sure about that.
    Any help will be appreciated. Thx!!!










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    I would personally list as a standard albino patternless, Most rainwaters will stay small, and have much darker eyes, and will have a more see through apparence, yours is quite bright.
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    I'm not sure what you mean by "standard". It's got to be a Bell, Tremper or rainwater. Do you possibly mean Tremper since it's the most common? In any case, nice looking gecko.

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    Quote Originally Posted by acpart View Post
    I'm not sure what you mean by "standard". It's got to be a Bell, Tremper or rainwater. Do you possibly mean Tremper since it's the most common? In any case, nice looking gecko.

    Aliza
    Ha ha ha...I am also wondering what's "standard".
    Anyway, most of people I asked said that it should be a rainwater.
    Thanks a lot!
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    Sorry, yes tremper, I see why it could be a rainwater, but personally I lack to see some details of the rainwater. But I guess sometimes it all depends on how someone looks at it, and personal opinion for "gray areas". From what Tim Rainwater describes "A rainwater will be more pink in overall coloration, and will over all be lighter in color across the entire body. Out of the three different stains of albino, the las Vegas, or rainwater albino, will have the darkest eyes" and personally it looks just like my tremper albino I used to own at least eye color.
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    I have one just like this. does he ever get darker in color, based on mood or temp? Mine does, and he is what has been deemed as a leusitic leopard gecko. Thats what I bought him as, and they have white or lavender heads and tails. Morphing leos has been hard since there are so many morphs, and some of which have not been standardized. I purchased mine as a leusistic, (mines currently showing up a little dark, not as bright as yours, he was brighter till I put him with my female) but yours looks like that morph in my book. But they are also called patternless, not sure on the whole rainwater, bell, and temper. I had a bell albino, and honestly they need more white and or lavander to be deemed as albino, most albinos also contain spots (typically lavander or chocolate brown color). Yours you could call a leusistic or patternless(not sure if it rainwater patternless or any other names. I only know bell because I owned one).
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