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    Default What kind of Leopard Gecko morph is this, if its one at all?

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    If more pictures are needed i can get more but i just wanna know what kind of morph this leopard is if it is one at all. Hope you have a wonderful day =).

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    Sorry i posted two of these I did not read the final message that it would take time to post. But i think its a Murphys Patternless Tremper Albino, what do you think?(can post on this post or the other one)

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    Can anyone with Leo experience answer this one??
    Eileen
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    Definitely one of the albino lines. Maybe a rainwater with how dark the eyes look. But I am not an expert on Leo's. I have a few but I do not breed or anything.

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    Thanks for the replies guys =) after a little bit of research and going to bhreptiles.com I’m pretty positive that she is a Murphy’s Patternless Albino, she may also grow into a carrot tail through sheds. Although this is still a guess any expert help would be appreciated but I think this one has been solved, have a great day =).

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    It's definitely a Murphys Patternless but I have no idea whether it's an albino as well or not. Normal leopard geckos, as you know, are yellow and black and "regular" albino leopard geckos are beige and yellow, but as far as I know, juvenile patternless leos, whether they are albino or not, are pale yellow with a beige pattern that fades (you can see the fading pattern on this one around the shoulders). You would need to talk to someone more familiar with albino patternless to know whether this one is an albino. If you see red veins in the eyes, it's more likely it's an albino.

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