New baby , don't know what it is.

New baby , don't know what it is.

Postby Hugosavage » Sat Jun 01, 2013 2:13 pm

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My new baby, breed for female. Any one know she is?

Her father was high yellow and mother was high yellow het carrot :?: ( if that makes any sense)

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Re: New baby , don't know what it is.

Postby Enigma » Sat Jun 01, 2013 2:45 pm

Looks to me like a jungle patterned normal leopards gecko.

It could very well end up with clean body with limited spotting making it express a lot of yellow.

You cannot get a gecko that is het carrot, which they most likely ment het carrot tail as carrot tail is a line bred trait.

"She" is a pretty gecko witha cool pattern.
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Re: New baby , don't know what it is.

Postby Hugosavage » Sun Jun 02, 2013 12:47 am

Thank you, I'm a new to the leopard morphs. But we all learn some where.
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Re: New baby , don't know what it is.

Postby Docmorrie » Wed Jun 05, 2013 2:01 pm

I won't say it is a jungle. True jungles do not have banded tails. I would rather say this is an aberrant normal pattern. Will most likely turns out to be high yellow, just as her parents, because high yellow is a line-bred morph. I agree with Enigma's statement above that there is no such thing as a "het carrot tail". Carrot tail is also a line-bred trait.
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Re: New baby , don't know what it is.

Postby Enigma » Sun Jun 09, 2013 7:38 pm

Jungle/Aberrant patterned leopard geckos have a pattern that is different from the 'wild type' banded markings. Jungles have broken body and tail markings, and occasionally have 'circle back' patterns where the first body band is broken with a hollow circle of color showing through. The Jungle was first found by Ron Tremper in 1991.

Taken from http://www.reptilecalculator.com/leopar ... -aberrant/

It's a really nice site to look through and get info on a whole range of different morfs
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Re: New baby , don't know what it is.

Postby Exotenparadies » Sun Jun 09, 2013 7:58 pm

It is aberant. And ther doesn´t exist anythng like het carrot.
Hope you understand my english.
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