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    Default Help identifying morph of Crested Gecko

    Hey all, I currently am the proud owner of three Crested Geckos. My male Pippin is a harlequin, Rogue, one of my two females is a red bicolour. However, Petrie, my second female I am still uncertain of her morph. I have tried looking on many morph guides but still have not had much luck in the process. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance! Name:  image.jpg
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    I'd say tiger or bridle pinstripe. She's quite pretty
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    I'm leaning towards Brindle. Is this gecko fired up?
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    No she isn't fired, when she fires up she goes a slightly darker shade of brown.

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    Do you have a photo that shows the side and top in a little better light? It's hard to tell if those stripes on the side connect up and over into the dorsal.
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    Yeah most likely brindle
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