Please help with Identification of this Albino Leopard Gecko

Please help with Identification of this Albino Leopard Gecko

Postby asmit » Wed Oct 31, 2012 8:01 pm

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Re: Please help with Identification of this Albino Leopard G

Postby Sly » Wed Oct 31, 2012 9:35 pm

Bells Albino
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Re: Please help with Identification of this Albino Leopard G

Postby wadekilian » Wed Oct 31, 2012 9:38 pm

Looks like a Bell Albino to me.
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Re: Please help with Identification of this Albino Leopard G

Postby asmit » Wed Oct 31, 2012 9:48 pm

Thank you guys.

I was also leaning towards Bells. I just had to have more people agree with me thank you!
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Re: Please help with Identification of this Albino Leopard G

Postby Jamster » Thu Nov 01, 2012 11:59 am

Very fat :) I may be wrong, but it could possibly be a chocolate bells albino.
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Re: Please help with Identification of this Albino Leopard G

Postby asmit » Thu Jan 10, 2013 8:11 am

Baby Albino
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From the Bells Albino female x Super Hypo Tangerine Carrot Tail Baldy het tremper
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Re: Please help with Identification of this Albino Leopard G

Postby Frank » Thu Jan 10, 2013 2:16 pm

Very nice baby, one of your geckos must have a het that you are unaware of.
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Re: Please help with Identification of this Albino Leopard G

Postby Docmorrie » Thu Jan 10, 2013 5:26 pm

Is it just the photo, or does this baby lack yellow bands? Looks like a Albino Mack Snow, but one of the parents should be a Mack Snow then. Very interesting baby. Please do post updates of this baby as it develops.
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Re: Please help with Identification of this Albino Leopard G

Postby asmit » Thu Jan 10, 2013 10:19 pm

That is what i also thought, but i have no idea.

I got one other baby feom the same mating and that baby is a normal.

When i opened the tub i first thought was tremper snow albino, but what are the odds?

I got these 2 geckos from a breeder in KZN and he did not even know anything of there history all he told me was that he had them for 5 years and never bred them or never bred them succesfully.

So i made it a mision to produce babies. The mother is a bells albino and the dad is a super hypo tangerine carrot tail baldy and he is het for tremper.

My big thing is i dont think we had the snow morph in SA 5 years ago. So what are the chances that this baby is a tremper snow albino.

This baby has red eyes. I will take more photos as soon as it starts eating i dont want to stress him out to much at the moment.

I also incubated him for male as i dont have any albino males. So please people hold thumbs that he is a he and become a beautiful adult.

Okay will kepp you all updated as he grows.

He is completely white and pink at the moment. And even still the same colour after his first shed.
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Re: Please help with Identification of this Albino Leopard G

Postby Frank » Fri Jan 11, 2013 2:07 pm

Post some pics of the male as well please.
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Re: Please help with Identification of this Albino Leopard G

Postby asmit » Sat Jan 12, 2013 5:40 pm

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Re: Please help with Identification of this Albino Leopard G

Postby Michelle » Tue Jan 15, 2013 5:59 am

I am so excited for you! What a beautiful hatchling :)
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Re: Please help with Identification of this Albino Leopard G

Postby asmit » Fri Feb 01, 2013 3:12 pm

Hi guys just a update on the little Albino

Looks more like a tremper at this stage, but its eyes say bells.
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Re: Please help with Identification of this Albino Leopard G

Postby wadekilian » Fri Feb 01, 2013 10:17 pm

I'd rather call the male a Super-Hypo Tangerine Baldy. In SA, as far as I'm aware, the "requirement" for a gecko to be called a carrot-tail is that it must have 15% carrot-tail.

Judging by the female's eyes, I think she's a Tremper Albino, and if she produced an Albino baby with a het Tremper, that proves it even further. The picture may not show the true colour of her eyes, so the male may infact be a het Bells Albino. The 3 strains of Albino are all incompatible, so they'd have to be the same strain in order to produce homozygous babies in the first generation.

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Re: Please help with Identification of this Albino Leopard G

Postby Docmorrie » Fri Feb 08, 2013 10:35 am

That baby looks like a Tremper to me. Might turn out to be carrot tail, still to young to say for sure. The higher the incubation temperatures, the pinker the eyes of a tremper hatchling.
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