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    Default Gecko Time: Noir Désir - the New Recessive Trait with Leopard Geckos

    Here's an article from a European breeder who has developed a new recessive leopard gecko morph. It includes lots of wonderful pictures. Check it out here: http://www.geckotime.com/noir-desir-...eopard-geckos/

    Aliza

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    So beautiful, all those eye are insane!! My Leo's eyes are pretty normal but really silvery. I love leopard geckos lol, and that new recessive trait is awesome looking!
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    I can't open the link
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    Saskia!
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    I couldn't open it either.
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    Gecko Time was down for a few days, but it's back up.

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    I know nothing of leopard gecko's, but are eyes like that healthy?

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    Yes, they're fine. There's an interesting range of unusual gecko eye morphs.

    Aliza

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