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Genetics, Taxonomy, Hybridization General discussions about the science of genetics as well as the ever changing face of taxonomy. Issues concerning hybridization are welcome here as well.

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Old 12-07-2017, 01:30 AM   #1
Hannahsammeli
Hi! I would greatly appreciate assistance in identifying this leopard geckos morph!

Spotted this little guy at the pet shop down the street... needless to say I have been doing a little research on patterns and such. I am almost certain this little guy is a “Melanistic Patternless Murphy”!!!! Can someone please confirm my theory off the following pictures! Please and thank you


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Old 12-07-2017, 04:15 PM   #2
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Spotted this little guy at the pet shop down the street... needless to say I have been doing a little research on patterns and such. I am almost certain this little guy is a “Melanistic Patternless Murphy”!!!! Can someone please confirm my theory off the following pictures! Please and thank you


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Mehhhh. Never mind. Seems as if it’s just your typical blizzard... just extremely dark. Interesting specimen none the least.


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Old 12-07-2017, 08:00 PM   #3
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It's a bit too yellow to be a blizzard, I bet it's a patternless. The animal is cold though, it will lighten up when it gets more comfortable and the true colors will come out. If the animal is more white with a gray head, it's a blizzard. If it's a more uniform yellow, it's a patternless.
 

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