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PostSubject: Leopard Geckos Morphs   Fri Apr 20, 2012 4:26 pm

PAGE I

Albino
Bell Sunglow
Blazing Blizzard
Blizzard
Bold Stripe
Carrot Tail
Diablo Blanco
Dreamsicle
Eclipse
Ember
Enigma
G Project
Giant
High Yellow

PAGE II

Lavender Stripe
Mack Snow
Mack Snow Enigma
Mack Snow RAPTOR
Mack Super Snow
Mack Super Snow Albino
Marble Eye
Onyx
Patternless
Phantom
Red Stripe Enigma

PAGE III

Red-Eyed Enigma
Sunglow
Sunglow Enigma
Super RAPTOR
Tangerine
Tangerine Enigma
Tangerine Tornado
TUG Snow
TUG Snow Enigma
Typhoon
White and Yellow




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PostSubject: Re: Leopard Geckos Morphs   Fri Apr 20, 2012 4:29 pm

Albino

Albinos can be identified by their lack of melanin or black pigment. Here at The Urban Gecko we are working with all three known strains of albino, which are the Tremper, the Rainwater (aka Las Vegas strain) and the Bell.Each strain has distinguishing factors that help to visually differentiate each other. The Tremper Albino is the most common and was the first to be discovered (1996) and can have body coloration ranging from darker browns to soft yellows. As adults they have silver eyes with red veins. The Rainwater Albinos usually have grey eyes and display lighter body colors. The Bell strain, which is the most recently discovered of the three strains is unique in that they usually have light pink colored eyes and bodies that typically have soft brown spots and lavender coloration.

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PostSubject: Re: Leopard Geckos Morphs   Fri Apr 20, 2012 4:31 pm

Bell Sunglow

The Bell Sunglow also known as a Bell Hybino was created by combining a Bell strain albino with a Super-Hypomelanistic and the results were an albino with reduced pattern to no pattern and a spotted tail. We have been working with our group by combining our world famous Tangerine line into this morph to increase the body color. We are confident that the results will be nothing short of spectacular.

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PostSubject: Re: Leopard Geckos Morphs   Fri Apr 20, 2012 4:33 pm

Blazing Blizzard

The Blazing Blizzard is a double recessive combination morph that includes the genetics of the two recessive genes: Blizzard and Albino. Similar to the Blizzard morph, Blazing Blizzards display no banding or markings. What distinguishes them is that they have no gray coloration at maturity but instead are either solid white or white with yellow hues. Blazing Blizzard eyes will usually take on the appearance of the albino strain it was crossed to and can range from red, pink, black (snake eyes) to a normal eye coloration. We are currently working with all three Blazing Blizzard morphs, which are the Tremper Blazing Blizzard, the Rainwater Blazing Blizzard and the very rare Bell Blazing Blizzard.

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PostSubject: Re: Leopard Geckos Morphs   Fri Apr 20, 2012 4:34 pm

Blizzard

The Blizzard morph is readily recognized by its lack of pattern and predominately grey and white coloration - true to the visual of a stormy winter blizzard. Hatchlings are completely patternless and their colors will range from white, yellow, purple and grey, but as they mature will change to gray and white. This recessive gene was first discovered in 1995 and the mutation is considered to be a true Leucistic. Blizzards are a striking gecko on their own but are also used extensively in breeding programs as a base morph. Their light coloration and lack of pattern make an excellent pallet to combine other morphs into.


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PostSubject: Re: Leopard Geckos Morphs   Fri Apr 20, 2012 4:36 pm

Bold Stripe

True to their namesake Bold Stripe geckos exhibit a clean stripe of yellow that runs down the center of their back framed by solid lines of dark pigment. The sides of the gecko’s body and tail usually display additional black spotting. The stripe can extend from the base of the head along the body to the base of the tail. The black lines bordering the stripe vary in width and can either be broken or solid lines. We continue to work with our group of Bold Stripes to confirm the genetics of this morph as there is still debate if it is an incomplete recessive gene or an incomplete dominate gene.

We consider Bold Stripes to be a great base morph. This gene can be crossed into many other morphs to create great combinations of morphs.


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PostSubject: Re: Leopard Geckos Morphs   Fri Apr 20, 2012 4:39 pm

Carrot Tail

We acquired our original Carrot Tail group directly from the European breeder who discovered the trait and coined the name. In addition to the unique carrot tail that this bloodline produces, it’s also known for its concentrated hypomelanistic traits. We have since been selectively breeding our animals to produce amazing offspring that display an incredible rich hue and outstanding carrot tails. With their vivid sunshine-colored bodies, these beautiful geckos exhibit a radiance that is seldom seen outside The Urban Gecko group.


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PostSubject: Re: Leopard Geckos Morphs   Fri Apr 20, 2012 4:40 pm

Diablo Blanco

The Diablo Blanco is a visually stunning morph that displays a stark white, patternless body and tail and contrasted with beautiful ruby red eyes. This combination morph was first created in 2006 and combines the genes from the Blizzard and RAPTOR morphs – which broken down one step further is the combination of Blizzards, Tremper Albinos, Tremper Eclipse, and Patternless Stripe – all of which are recessive genetic traits.

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PostSubject: Re: Leopard Geckos Morphs   Fri Apr 20, 2012 4:42 pm

Dreamsicle

The Dreamsicle is a combination morph that includes the genetics of the Enigma, RAPTOR and Mack Snow morphs. We currently work with all three of these morphs and a full description of each can be found within our collection page. The Dreamsicle morph was first produced in 2008 and is a stunning gecko. As hatchlings they emerge almost translucent looking but once mature exhibit a stark white background coloration accented by reduced yellow and or orange markings with red eyes.

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PostSubject: Re: Leopard Geckos Morphs   Fri Apr 20, 2012 4:43 pm

Eclipse

The Eclipse is a morph exhibiting a very unique solid black eye. It was first discovered in 2004 from a random breeding and later was proven out to be a recessive trait. This trait is a valuable asset for breeders developing designer morphs because it can really alter eye coloration. For example when crossed into the Tremper strain Albino it creates a gecko with a solid red eye. Here at The Urban Gecko we are producing Eclipse in combination with other morphs as well as pure Eclipse, which are caring no other genetic traits.


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PostSubject: Re: Leopard Geckos Morphs   Fri Apr 20, 2012 4:46 pm

Ember

Striking in its simplicity this beautiful gecko displays soft yellow body coloration and perfectly clean white tail and solid red eyes. The Ember morph was created in 2007 and is a combination of the two recessive morphs – the Murphy Patternless and the RAPTOR. We have an exceptional group of Embers and are producing beautiful offspring from them.


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PostSubject: Re: Leopard Geckos Morphs   Fri Apr 20, 2012 4:48 pm

Enigma

The Enigma was first produced in 2006 and was discovered as a random genetic mutation and later proving itself as a dominant trait. Although common characteristics between Enigmas can be quite variable, babies consistently hatch out with blotches rather than bands seen on typical hatchlings as well as white tails. As they mature the blotches develop into speckles making adult Enigmas a very unique looking Leopard Gecko. What has made the Enigma so popular over the years is the impact it’s had when combined into other morphs. When crossed into other mutations it seems to act as an enhancer to underlying genetics. One caveat is that the Enigma trait also seems to carry a behavioral gene that results in some behavioral disorders. It is very common for Enigmas to show head-trembling, circling and/or eradicate movements. Over the past few years the behavior has been reduced through selective breeding, but is still present in pure Enigmas.


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PostSubject: Re: Leopard Geckos Morphs   Fri Apr 20, 2012 4:50 pm

G Project

The G Project is short for the Green Project. We acquired our original colony from an American breeder who was selectively breeding Emerines for more intense green. The results from his efforts were this very impressive new morph, which has been coined the G Project. This morph is a real favorite here at The Urban Gecko with its unique body pattern and coloration as well as it’s incredible orange tail. We are thrilled to have a diverse group of these and look forward to what lays ahead for this spectacular new mutation.

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PostSubject: Re: Leopard Geckos Morphs   Fri Apr 20, 2012 4:53 pm

Giant

The Giant named so due to its extraordinary size was first discovered in 1999 as a random hatchling and later proved out to be a co-dominant trait. There are two forms within this exceptional large Leopard Gecko morph, which are the Giant and the Super Giant. Giant males can attain a size from 80 to 110 grams and females will range between 60 to 90 grams. Male Super Giants will grow in access of 110 grams while females can get to be over 90 grams. These abnormally big geckos can attain these sizes within 12 months. Here at The Urban Gecko we continue to selectively breed our largest Giants so we can offer our clients a truly enormous Leopard Gecko.


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PostSubject: Re: Leopard Geckos Morphs   Fri Apr 20, 2012 4:55 pm

High Yellow

The High Yellow morph was one of the first leopard gecko mutations to be produced in captive breeding programs. High Yellow Leopard Geckos exhibit a deep yellow body coloration and black spotting. Our High Yellow group is being selectively bred so as to create a bright yellow body hue and reduced black spotting.


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PostSubject: Re: Leopard Geckos Morphs   Fri Apr 20, 2012 4:57 pm

Lavender Stripe

The Lavender Stripe has been evolving ever since the first forms were produced in 2003 by breeding a Red Stripe to a Lavender. The results were offspring exhibiting vivid yellow background coloration and lavender running the length of the stripe on either side. Through selective breeding the morph has continued to develop into a very special looking gecko where the adults maintain the unique lavender coloration. It seems the lavender coloration within adults is only retained in descendants from the original bloodline. We are fortunate to be working with this original lineage and are thrilled to be producing outstanding examples of this morph.


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PostSubject: Re: Leopard Geckos Morphs   Fri Apr 20, 2012 4:59 pm

Mack Snow

The Mack Snow is best described as a type of axanthic, which is a genetic term given to an animal exhibiting reduced yellow pigment. As babies they emerge from the egg having white bands in place of the typical yellow bands. The adults display a decreased amount of yellow pigment and their background coloration would be best described as a pastel yellow hue. The mutation has proven to be a co-dominant trait and the super form regarded as the Super Mack Snow has stark white background coloration with a black spotted pattern. We are working with a large group of Mack Snows and have been producing pure Mack Snows as well as many combinations.

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PostSubject: Re: Leopard Geckos Morphs   Fri Apr 20, 2012 5:00 pm

Mack Snow Enigma

Mack Snow Enigmas are an unusual and varying looking morph. They are a combination of the Mack Snow crossed into the Enigma and the results are most often a white colored gecko with irregular black blotchy spots. We are working with a variable group of these and are able to produce unique and special examples of this morph.


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PostSubject: Re: Leopard Geckos Morphs   Fri Apr 20, 2012 5:04 pm

Mack Snow RAPTOR

The Mack Snow RAPTOR is a genetic powerhouse. This morph is the result of four different genes coming together, which are the Mack Snow, Tremper Albino, Eclipse and Patternless Stripe. The results are a spectacular gecko with soft yellow pastel body color and pink and lavender highlights. However the most striking attribute of this morph is its solid red eyes.


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PostSubject: Re: Leopard Geckos Morphs   Fri Apr 20, 2012 5:06 pm

Mack Super Snow

The Mack Super Snow is the super form of the Mack Snow (see Mack Snow) and as babies they emerge from the egg with an overall purple tone and solid black eyes. The color and pattern of this morph develops into a striking contrast of a stark white background color with a black spotted pattern and solid black eyes.


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PostSubject: Re: Leopard Geckos Morphs   Fri Apr 20, 2012 5:07 pm

Mack Super Snow Albino

This morph is a combination of the Mack Super Snow and Albino. The merging of these two morphs creates a very unique looking gecko with deep red colored eyes, white body color and a pattern with no black pigment. In our Mack Super Snow Albino group we are working with the Tremper strain of albino.


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PostSubject: Re: Leopard Geckos Morphs   Fri Apr 20, 2012 5:09 pm

Marble Eye

The Marble Eye is a newly discovered and very exciting mutation. It is a recessive trait that produces a morph with a three dimensional looking eye similar to that of a marble hence the name. This trait was initially thought to just manipulate the eye but as further efforts have been made with the morph it appears that there is more at work here. Some of the most unusual looking Leopard Geckos have hatched from this morph creating a real buzz and excitement throughout the industry. We feel very fortunate to be working with such a diverse group of this rare morph and can hardly wait to see what the future holds.


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PostSubject: Re: Leopard Geckos Morphs   Fri Apr 20, 2012 5:11 pm

Onyx

Approximately four years ago we began to randomly hatch some very unusual geckos from The Urban Gecko line of Snows (TUG Snow). As these geckos matured they began to exhibit gray body color with a black smudged out pattern. We isolated these few geckos and began a breeding group with them that we coined the Onyx. Through our selective breeding efforts it became evident that we were able to reproduce these geckos consistently. Similar to the Tangerine morph we noticed varying degrees of the mutation were being produced but through selective breeding the qualities could be enhanced. As a result we have added the Onyx into our official collection of morphs and recognize it as a new and proven mutation. We are very thrilled to be working with this morph and are anxiously waiting to see what the future holds.


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PostSubject: Re: Leopard Geckos Morphs   Fri Apr 20, 2012 5:13 pm

Patternless

The Patternless was revealed 1991 and was the first recessive Leopard Gecko mutation to be discovered. It was originally misidentified and coined as a Leucistic mutation but was later renamed the Patternless in 1995 shortly after the Blizzard (Leucistic) was discovered. Babies emerge with light yellow body color and dark spotted pattern, which is particularly concentrated in the head and shoulder area. As they mature the pattern completely fades out and as adults they exhibit a completely patternless head, body and tail. Color ranges from light yellow to gray with some even displaying a greenish tone while the tails have a purple-gray tone. Although simple in overall appearance they are a beautiful morph.


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PostSubject: Re: Leopard Geckos Morphs   Fri Apr 20, 2012 5:16 pm

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An Urban Gecko through and through, the Phantom required three years of development. It all began when we crossed our own very special Snow line (TUG Snow) with Super-Hypomelanistics Carrot Tails, in the hopes that the offspring would exhibit reduced pattern on the head, body and tail. The results were successful, so we then took the offspring from that union and crossed it into our most extreme Sunglows (Tremper albino strain). These offspring were even more unique, exhibiting reduced pattern from the head to the tail and the background coloration ranged from white to pastel yellow to a greenish hue. With the project moving in the right direction, we took the final step, which was selectively breeding the most exotic offspring to one another. This merger created the gecko we named the ‘Phantom.’ Through continued selective breeding, we’ve taken the Phantom project in three very distinctive directions which are a heavily patterned Phantom, a pastel colored Phantom and a Phantom with very little pattern and soft accent of color. The goal here is produce Phantoms that appealed to everyone.


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