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Been out of the loop for a while....

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Posted by: fattiesnleos at Mon Nov 23 17:50:00 2009  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by fattiesnleos ]  
   

So I've been out of the loop of breeding geckos for a while. My main geckos to breed were leopard geckos and high end fatties. I stopped about two years ago but I still have several of my offspring from my last season. This is because I never advertised that I still had them. They are obviously all adults now and I am losing time with them due to school, work, blah-blah. I am also moving here real shortly and was thinking about doing some hoepfully quicke selling. I see all these new morphs such as a "caramel" and I look at it and think what's so special? I'm missing it so I'm assuming it's more of a genetic trait than a color trait? Could someone clear it up for me? I am assuming the "zero" has little banded pattern. The "patternless" morph speaks for itself. Well anyways I have several striped orange albinos and was just wondering what the going prices are? There wasn't very many in the classifieds. Here are some pics. These are the parents but thier offspring are even better. I have no uploaded offspring photos. Sorry.









   

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