I may be willing to trade for bold stripes with a white background color or heavily speckled animals (lots and lots of small,
well defined spots), so long as they are not from bloodlines with Mack snow in them. Don't be shy on making offers- the worst
I can say is 'no thanks.'
Here's a list of the offspring I currently have. They may or may not be actually for sale yet. Because I am working with
snows, I like to keep my hatchlings as long as possible to get the best guess as to their future coloration.
As many leopard gecko enthusiasts are aware, all leopard geckos change coloration with age (and temperature and mood sometimes
too). This happens most rapidly during their initial few months. Many keepers have also noticed this change in females during
With snows that are being selectively bred, it's almost impossible to be sure of a gecko's color for any point in its life
other than right then and there. Yellow tinges often show up in a juvenile that was born pure black and white.
So, my best advice is to look closely at the parents of each hatchling. That is probably the best predictor of a hatchling's
future color (though not necessarily pattern). Also, you need to be sure you will be happy with your new baby, even if it
suddenly turns dull brown. While I guarantee that every gecko is honestly represented and has received the best of care,
I can't guarantee anything about its future appearance.
**PLEASE click on the picture to be taken to the page for the gecko you are interested in.**
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