Since I have proven to be abominable at ID'ing morphs and traits, I've come to you guys for help. Here is one of my new geckos. He is a male, and while he's probably the single most common gecko you can imagine, he's super sweet and I like him
One thing he and his woman does (i'll do another post on her) which is new to me is fire up all different colors, and does so all the time. He can go from a real light creamy beige to a golden sandy, to an almost white slate grey, to a dark brown, to even a dark olive green. While it looks like his pattern also changes I'm sure it just gets hidden/highlighted as he goes through his colors.
So is that normal? Probably is, but my other gecko has either never fired up for me, or if she has, its hardly noticeable.
Anyway, onto pics. I'll try to capture some more pics of his different stages of being fired up. Especially when he turns dark brown and green. Excepting the occasional flash, I try to shoot them all under ALZO 5500K 91CRI Full Spectrum Daylight lighting. While its not perfect, the colors are pretty accurate.
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In his enclosure, on the left
Here with his woman. He's on the bottom