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  • #76
    Originally posted by smbryan0330 View Post
    Im new to gags and absolutely love them!!!! I was wondering if its unusual to have a garg to be dark most of the time and light every so often?
    depends entirely on the gargoyle; out of my many I have some that stay fired up all the time, and some that rarely darken. I've noticed that background also has some effect: they may try and blend more closely with paper towel or corkbark or some other decoration.

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    • #77
      Ok thanks! The little thing is only 8 grams and a few months old and I think he is cute (docile) garg. How do you tell if he is going to be a low end or high end garg and what makes them that? This is him at his almost darkest when he is his darkest hes like Gargoyle Queen's supper stripe she posted on here...
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      Originally posted by ShadowKorin View Post
      depends entirely on the gargoyle; out of my many I have some that stay fired up all the time, and some that rarely darken. I've noticed that background also has some effect: they may try and blend more closely with paper towel or corkbark or some other decoration.
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      • #78
        Will be updating this post ASAP. Please email example pictures if gargoyle morphs.

        Photos need to be taken in natural daylight. NO EDITS! NO WATERMARKS anything of the sort. I want nothing done to the photos, not even cropped. No photos on hands, in tanks or trash in the shots, please. All geckos in the posts need to be 30 grams and above.

        I need examples of Yellow (stripe and retic) "ghost" fired up and down, Red super blotch. Wild type stripe, retic also banded. A good example of a Black (fired up and fired down), mosaic or anything unusual would be great! email is ilunargecko@yahoo.com Thank you.

        If you request credit for submission of photos, I will give it in the post. I'm trying not to make this about the breeders. I want to make this about the morphs. Sorry if this offends anyone.
        Last edited by Lunar Gecko; 04-05-2013, 05:40 PM.
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        • #79
          Very cool. I have never found a guide for gargoyle's. Thank you for sharing.
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          • #80
            If you don't mind me asking, can you help me determine if my gargoyle's morph. Based on your guide, I believe he is a super-stripe.
            Thanks.
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            2♂ 5♀ 10? Crested Geckos, 1? Gargoyle Gecko,
            2♂ 2♀ Ball Pythons, 1? Water Dragon,
            1? White's Tree Frog, 1♂ 1♀ Cats

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            • #81
              The reference pics for mottled are not showing up, so I'll post this here and hopefully get a reply. I have a hard time telling blotched and mottled apart... What would you say this little guy is? Orange Blotch Reticulated?

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              • #82
                I have the "redrum" called super red due to almost all, or all of the body being red.

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                • #83
                  I didnt know they could be oh so beautiful!!! <3
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                  • #84
                    Some references are not showing. Can anyone offer some pictures of those examples that are missing?

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                    • #85
                      Hello, there! Just wondering... I am going to be ordering a gargoyle gecko very soon and was looking at the different patterns. I find that I really like the geckos that appear to have bigger/wider head and bigger eyes. Do you have any idea if this bigger head is just an individual quality or does it have anything to do with the age of the gecko? I noticed some have slimmer heads... maybe head width has something to do with weight also?? Thanks in advance for any input!

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                      • #86
                        Bumping this thread up...I hope to be getting a gargoyle come spring or summer, so was checking this thread, and there are quite a few posts that never got answers. I'm curious about some of them too!
                        Eileen
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                        • #87
                          Hi 're bigger wider heads & bigger eyes for individual gargoyle geckos.
                          I believe that this is individual quality (genetics) rather than age or weight.
                          I have a red female who has a short yet wide head which I find quite appealing at it makes he look kind of cute & her off spring tend to carry this trait, she also has quite defined peaks on her head.
                          But I have other gargoyles who have much longer narrowed heads I don't think this is due to age or size again I think genetics.
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                          This is the red one probably does not show the width of her head very well but her big eyes & bumps clear to see.
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