What is my leopard gecko morph?

A “leopard gecko morph” is simply a variation in size, coloring, pattern, or other physical features of a leopard gecko. Some morphs are caused by random mutations. Through selective breeding, though, a large (and growing) number of new leopard gecko morphs have been created.

How do you make a Sunglow leopard gecko?

In order to breed, house one male and one or two female sunglow leopard geckos in a single tank and ensure that each gecko has its own hide. Females reach sexual maturity at approximately 18 months of age. Breeding is temperature dependent so cool the ambient temperature down to 72° to 75° F to encourage breeding.

How long is a leopard gecko pregnant for?

The gestation period in leopard geckos is between 16 to 22 days after mating. Females will continue to lay a clutch of eggs every two to three weeks over the four or five-month period. The female will lay the eggs in the egg-laying box you provided for her in the terrarium.

What is a Diablo Blanco leopard gecko?

The Diablo Blanco is a combination morph created by Ron Tremper in 2006. The Diablo Blanco morph is a combination of the Blizzard trait and the RAPTORs. Essentially, a Diablo Blanco is a combination of 4 recessive traits, Blizzards, Tremper Albinos, Tremper Eclipse, and Patternless Stripe.

What is a lavender leopard gecko?

Lavender refers to Leopard Geckos who show a light violet body colour called “lavender”. They can come combined with many different colours & Patterns. A Lavender Leopard Gecko morph is currently considered Polygenic, and therefore a Line Bred Morph.

How do you breed a leopard gecko?

Preparing to Breed Get a male and female leopard gecko. Get a large cage for the male and female to live in together. Get the incubator ready for the eggs and provide a lay box. Ensure you have customers who will buy your babies when they are ready.

How do you care for a leopard gecko?

Learn how to handle a leopard gecko safely. Wash your hands in warm, soapy water before handling a reptile, to avoid spreading disease to you or the animal. Herd the leopard gecko into your hand, or gently pick it up by the body, cradling it in your hand to provide enough support.

What are the different types of leopard geckos?

Common leopard geckos are related to many different geckos, such as the African fat-tailed gecko and the banded geckos. There are four other species within the Genus Eublepharis, leopard gecko, one of which was previously included as a subspecies of leopard gecko: In addition, there are five species in the genus.

How much does a leopard gecko weigh?

Leopard gecko hatchlings average between 3 and 4 inches in length from the tip of the nose to the end of the tail. Leopard geckos generally tend to be medium-bodied animals, depending on the type, and weigh in between 45 and 65 grams as adults.