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    I've just acquired a beautiful young female leopard gecko from my local pet store- and she has absolutely no markings whatsoever! I've heard this trait is exhibited by both Blizzards and Murphy Patternless leopard geckos- but what are the differences between them? Pics hopefully coming tomorrow, i'm letting her settle in.
    2.5.1 leopard geckos, 1.1 bearded dragons, 1.1 crested geckos, 0.1 Madagascar day gecko, 1.1 tokays, 1.0 cave racer, 1.1 corn snakes, 1.1 northern pine snakes, 1.0 royal python, 1.1 Everglades rat snakes, 1.0 gargoyle gecko.

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    Do you mean differences in terms of coloration? Blizzards do not exhibit any patterning at any point during their maturity, whereas patternless have some select spotting as hatchlings, and often have a carrot-tail like banding on their tails (often purple-grey in color) as adults. Depending on the breeding, some Patternless will even have varying degrees of orange coloration typical of carrot-tails. It can be difficult to tell the difference because while Blizzards typically range from grey to white in coloration, Patternless can range from grey to greenish in color. In the grey hue range, both will resemble one another quite closely with the exception of their tails. Yes, when you get a chance, pics would be helpful.
    ~Cassi

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    • #3
      Managed to get some pics! Introducing Arwen:
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      2.5.1 leopard geckos, 1.1 bearded dragons, 1.1 crested geckos, 0.1 Madagascar day gecko, 1.1 tokays, 1.0 cave racer, 1.1 corn snakes, 1.1 northern pine snakes, 1.0 royal python, 1.1 Everglades rat snakes, 1.0 gargoyle gecko.

      https://www.facebook.com/SwampysReptiles

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      • #4
        I'd say you got yourself a very pretty Patternless.
        ~Cassi

        www.facebook.com/NaturesAuraPhotography

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