Professional Herpetoculture for the Pet Trade

Our Breeders - Leopard Geckos

Tangerine Albino Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Homozygous for Tangerine and Tremper Albino, two recessive traits. Enhanced and improved through selective breeding, the oranges have been intensified into almost red coloration. It seems like just about every breeder has done this with their own lines, and you'll find this morph marketed under a variety of dazzling names such as Tangerine Tornado, Tangerine Sunburst and so forth. We'll just keep it simple and call them what they are and let you decide if you like them from the pictures...

Diablo Blanco Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Homozygous for Tremper Albino, Blizzard, and Eclipse, three recessive traits. Diablo Blancos are one of the hot ticket items, and they are indeed very attractive. Essentially a Ruby-Eyed Blazing Blizzard made by combining Blazing Blizzards with RAPTORs, they are cream to creamy-white geckos and most have solid ruby red eyes. We created our own line of these, from scratch, unrelated to any others in captivity.

Raptor Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Homozygous for Tremper Albino, Hypo-Tangerine, Eclipse, and something the developer calls 'Patternless'. This is NOT the same as Murphy Patternless. Our experiments indicate it may be nothing more than the interaction between Jungle and Hypomelanism which causes this pattern. With solid ruby-red eyes, intense bright orange-yellow body coloration and heavy orange and white on the tails, it's a brilliant & unique look! As with all Eclipse Eyed geckos, occasional specimens may exhibit only a partial eye coloring, and are termed 'snake-eyed' by most keepers. These can appear at random from any pairing, and exhibit the same likelihood of producing solid eyed specimens as pairings of purely solid eyed specimens.

Aptor Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Homozygous for Tremper Albino, Hypo-Tangerine, and something the developer calls 'Patternless'. This is NOT the same as Murphy Patternless (see Raptor). While lots of geckos seems to be getting this label placed on them out there, proper specimens should exhibit everything included in the popular Raptors except for the Ruby-Eyes from the Eclipse trait. Most of ours will be at least possible het for Eclipse and/or Blizzard, as they are all by-products of our Diablo Blanco projects.

Ruby-Eyed Tremper Albino Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Homozygous for Tremper Albino and Eclipse, two recessive mutations. Beautiful Tremper Albinos enhanced by the addition of those startling solid red eyes provided by the Eclipse gene. Many will exhibit a unique mottled jungle patterning in yellowish orange inherited from the Raptors used to originate this project.

Eclipse-Eyed Blizzard Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Homozygous for Blizzard and Eclipse, two recessive traits. Beautiful Blizzards enhanced by the addition of those startling solid black eyes provided by the Eclipse gene. As with all Eclipse Eyed geckos, occasional specimens may exhibit only a partial eye coloring, and are termed 'snake-eyed' by most keepers. These can appear at random from any pairing, and exhibit the same likelihood of producing solid eyed specimens as pairings of purely solid eyed specimens. But many lines of Blizzard also tend to exhibit a similar 'snake-eyed' appearance, and care must be taken not to mistake one for the other. However, any specimen with at least one solid eye is certainly an Eclipse, as the blizzard form never takes on the solid eyed appearance.

Normal Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Extremely variable, ranging from dark specimens as shown here to lighter specimens with fewer but larger spots. All are boldly patterned with brownish black spots and cream to yellowish background; they can grow to nine inches and make great pets. In our opinion, there is no better pet lizard than a Leopard Gecko. We no longer breed these exclusively, but produce a few here and there from various heterozygous outcrosses, and they may be priced higher if the genetics involved warrant it.

Mack Snow Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Heterozygous for Mack Snow, a codominant mutation. Specimens carrying a single copy of this unique allele appear silver and black at hatching, growing to be lighter than normal, sometimes with pale lemon tints and slightly reduced black spotting. Many of ours will be from various outcrosses to other mutations, and may be priced higher if the genetics involved warrant it.

Mack Super Snow Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Homozygous for Mack Snow, a codominant mutation. Specimens homozygous for this mutation are known as 'Super' Snows and can appear almost snow white with greatly reduced black spotting. Such specimens will also have unique solid black eyes. The opportunities these present for creating truly pure red eyes in albinos and blazing blizzards are enormous! Many of ours will be from various outcrosses to such mutations, and may be priced higher.

Murphy Patternless Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Homozygous for Patternless, a recessive mutation. Formerly marketed as Leucistic, this was the first known mutation in Leopard Geckos - arriving on the scene after we'd bred Leopard Geckos for almost twenty years! Back then, our first five Leucistic specimens cost us $2500 each, which should provide a little perspective for the newbies reading this! A typical Leopard Gecko in every way, but colored solid lemon yellow with grayish white tails. They have normal dark colored eyes, for a strange contrast. Many possess bright orange near the base of the tail. We no longer breed these exclusively, but produce a few here and there from various heterozygous outcrosses, and they may be priced higher if the genetics involved warrant it.

Patternless Mack Snow Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Heterozygous for Mack Snow, a codominant mutation and homozygous for Patternless, a recessive mutation. These essentially appear as very pale Patternless hatchlings, with the reduced yellow one would expect from a Mack. Use these to create the Patternless Mack 'Super' Snow! Many of ours will be from various outcrosses to other mutations, and may be priced higher if the genetics involved warrant it.

Patternless Mack Super Snow Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Homozygous for Mack Snow, a codominant mutation and Patternless, a recessive mutation. Unique silver hatchlings completely lacking all traces of pattern at hatching. Like all Mack Super Snows, they have those startling deep pure black eyes! When combined with the beautiful silver body color, it's quite an effect!

Tremper Albino Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Homozygous for Tremper Albino, a recessive mutation. 'Tremper' strain albino Leopard Geckos are absolutely beautiful, exhibiting enormous individual variation. Each specimen exhibits a uniqueness, and all are incredibly attractive as adults. We no longer breed these exclusively, but produce a few here and there from various heterozygous outcrosses, and they may be priced higher if the genetics involved warrant it.

Tremper Albino Mack Snow Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Heterozygous for Mack Snow, a codominant mutation, and homozygous for Tremper Albino, a recessive mutation. Unique pure pink and white as hatchlings! Use these to create the Tremper Albino Mack 'Super' Snow! Many of ours will be from various outcrosses to other mutations, and may be priced higher if the genetics involved warrant it.

Tremper Albino Mack Super Snow Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Homozygous for Mack Snow, a codominant mutation and Tremper Albino, a recessive mutation. Unique white hatchlings with pink 'Mack Super Snow' markings and solid red eyes! Many of ours will be from various outcrosses to other mutations, and may be priced higher if the genetics involved warrant it.

Patternless Tremper Albino Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Homozygous for Patternless and Tremper Albino, two recessive mutations. Absolutely stunning! Gorgeous soft buttery lemon yellow coloration. We find these to be among the most attractive of all leopard gecko morphs. Much more difficult to produce from scratch (due to trait linkage) and therefore a bit rarer in captive collections than the Patternless Las Vegas form.

Patternless Tremper Albino Mack Snow Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Heterozygous for Mack Snow, a codominant mutation, and homozygous for Patternless and Tremper Albino, two recessive mutations. Essentially a very pale looking Patternless Tremper Albino, but with really cool eyes. Use these to create the Patternless Tremper Albino Mack Super Snow!

Patternless Tremper Albino Mack Super Snow Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Homozygous for Mack Snow, a codominant mutation, and homozygous for Patternless and Tremper Albino, two recessive mutations. Like all albino Mack Super Snows, these have those amazing solid deep ruby red eyes, which can range in color from medium red to dark 'bing cherry' blackish red.

Las Vegas Albino Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Homozygous for Las Vegas Albino, a recessive mutation. The second strain of Albino to be discovered, not genetically compatible with the Tremper or Bell line. Many folks believe these to be superior to other albinos as they often tend to remain lighter and more yellow in color. In truth, they seem better to work if intense yellows is your goal in breeding, while Tremper seems better for enhancing oranges. But no breeder is complete without some of both! Many of ours will be from various outcrosses to other mutations, and may be priced higher if the genetics involved warrant it.

Las Vegas Albino Mack Snow Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Heterozygous for Mack Snow, a codominant mutation, and homozygous for Las Vegas Albino, a recessive mutation. Unique pure pink and white as hatchlings! Use these to create the Las Vegas Albino Mack 'Super' Snow! Many of ours will be from various outcrosses to other mutations, and may be priced higher if the genetics involved warrant it.

Las Vegas Albino Mack Super Snow Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Homozygous for Mack Snow, a codominant mutation, and homozygous for Las Vegas Albino, a recessive mutation. Hatchlings appear as pale pink and white Albinos, showing the lineated pattern typical of Mack Super Snows. Possessing deep solid ruby red eyes, these are outstanding!

Patternless Las Vegas Albino Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Homozygous for Patternless and Las Vegas Albino, two recessive mutations. Absolutely stunning! We've been out-crossing these to our High Yellow Bloodlines, and some of these have the brightest lemon yellow imaginable. We find these to be among the most attractive of all leopard gecko morphs.

Patternless Las Vegas Albino Mack Snow Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Heterozygous for Mack Snow, a codominant mutation, and homozygous for Patternless and Las Vegas Albino, two recessive mutations. These essentially appear as very pale Albino Patternless hatchlings, with the reduced yellow one would expect from a Mack. Use these to create the Patternless Las Vegas Albino Mack 'Super' Snow!

Patternless Las Vegas Albino Mack Super Snow Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Homozygous for Mack Snow, a codominant mutation, and homozygous for Patternless and Las Vegas Albino, two recessive mutations. These three traits combined create yet another truly outstanding gecko.

Bell Albino Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Homozygous for Bell Albino, a recessive mutation. The third strain of Albino to be discovered, not genetically compatible with the Tremper or Las Vegas line. We initially ignored this one, thinking two albinos was enough already, but after seeing the effect they had when combined with the Enigma trait, we relented and added them to our colonies.

Bell Albino Mack Snow Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Heterozygous for Mack Snow, a codominant mutation, and homozygous for Bell Albino, a recessive mutation. Bell Albino and Mack Snow combine to create what we affectionately call the "Snow Bell". Yet another interesting member of the increasing Mack Snow morph group.

Bell Albino Mack Super Snow Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Homozygous for Mack Snow, a codominant mutation, and homozygous for Bell Albino, a recessive mutations. Bell Albino and Mack Super Snow combine to create what I guess folks would call a "Super Snow Bell". Yet another interesting member of the increasing Mack Snow morph group.

Blizzard Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Homozygous for Blizzard, a recessive mutation. Completely patternless, with only faint traces of yellow coloration remaining, these are true Leucistic Leopard Geckos. Some grow to be nearly pure white, with steely blue-gray eyes. A sought after variant has very bright yellowish bodies, with dark gray heads and are called "Banana Blizzards".

Blizzard Mack Snow Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Heterozygous for Mack Snow, a codominant mutation and homozygous for Blizzard, a recessive mutation. Unique silver hatchlings completely lacking all traces of pattern at hatching. Use these to create Blizzard Mack Super Snows! Many of ours hatch out with what is commonly called "snake-eyes". Do not confuse this trait (common in Blizzards) with Eclipse as it is merely a similar appearance.

Blizzard Mack Super Snow Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Homozygous for Mack Snow, a codominant mutation, and homozygous for Blizzard, a recessive mutation. Unique silver hatchlings completely lacking all traces of pattern at hatching. Like all Mack Super Snows, they have those startling deep pure black eyes! When combined with the beautiful silver body color, it's quite an effect!

Blazing Blizzard Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Homozygous for Blizzard and Tremper Albino, two recessive mutations. These are gorgeous, with soft white to pale creamy-yellow body color. An interesting side effect of this combination is that as hatchlings the eyes appear quite a bit redder than plain albinos. With growth, the eyes change to a normal albino appearance. This is likely due to the blizzard trait, in which babies have very dark blackish eyes, here removed by albinism.

Blazing Blizzard Mack Snow Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Heterozygous for Mack Snow, a codominant mutation, and homozygous for Blizzard and Tremper Albino, two recessive mutations. Not too much different than typical Blazing Blizzards as adults, but obviously whiter as hatchlings. Use these to create Blazing Blizzard Mack Super Snows!

Blazing Blizzard Mack Super Snow Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Homozygous for Mack Snow, a codominant mutation, and homozygous for Blizzard and Tremper Albino, two recessive mutations. Blizzard, Tremper Albino and Mack 'Super' Snow combined. Unique pure pinkish white hatchlings completely lacking all traces of pattern at hatching. Like all Albino Mack Super Snows, they have those startling deep pure red eyes at birth! Like all albinos, these may darken with age somewhat. Simply incredible!

Tangerine Super Hypo Carrot-Tail Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Either homozygous or heterozygous for Tangerine and Hypo Carrot-Tail, two codominant mutations. With two codominant traits involved, a total of four genotypes can be present in these - and there's enough overlap in appearances to make them difficult to sort out at a young age. Specimens homozygous for the two traits tend to have the best appearance, and many breeders will price these higher as a result - and they are worth every penny! Extreme examples of the type may have as much as 2/3 of the tail covered in orange when they mature. We've been carefully out-crossing these into our Tangerine lines to enhance the body coloration. We've already produced some astounding examples with orange bodies and tails!

Cremesicle Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Heterozygous for Mack Snow, a codominant mutation, a recessive mutation and either homozygous or heterozygous for Tangerine and Hypo Carrot-Tail, two codominant mutations. Tangerine Super Hypo Carrot-Tail and Mack Snow combine to create unusually colorful lightly patterned Mack Snows, aka 'Cremesicles'. 2007 is our first year producing these, and they are changing so fast with growth that we are unsure how they will turn out - but it's sure to be something interesting!

Sunglow Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Homozygous for Tremper Albino, a recessive mutation and either homozygous or heterozygous for Tangerine and Hypo Carrot-Tail, two codominant mutations. aka Tremper Albino Super-Hypo Carrot-Tail. Combining the best Super Hypo Carrot-Tails with Tremper Albinos makes some amazing geckos. The brilliance of the colors has to be seen to be believed, we've given up trying to capture it accurately with a camera.

Bell Hybino Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Homozygous for Bell Albino, a recessive mutation and either homozygous or heterozygous for Tangerine and Hypo Carrot-Tail, two codominant mutations. aka Bell Albino Super-Hypo Carrot-Tail. Combining the best Super Hypo Carrot-Tails with Bell Albinos makes some lovely geckos, with contrasting bright yellows and oranges.

Giant & Super Giant Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Giant: heterozygous for Giant, a codominant mutation. Super Giant: homozygous for Giant, a codominant mutation. A unique mutation that causes lengthening of the body, head, and tail; recently proven incomplete dominant. With proper care and feeding, Giants get slightly larger (longer, really) than regular leopards, and 'supers' can get very large! Our founding stock were sired by 'Moose', the famous super. We'll produce a variety of Giant morphs, including Normal, Tremper Albino, Mack Snow, and others. An albino specimen is illustrated at left.

High-Yellow Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Brighter yellows and reduced blacks when compared to a normal. A clear diagnostic feature is the unmarked yellow legs of hatchlings. Not a true genetic trait, but simply one end of the spectrum of natural variation. Produced by selective breeding over the last two decades. We no longer breed these exclusively, but produce a few here and there from various heterozygous outcrosses, and they may be priced higher if the genetics involved warrant it.

Jungle Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Normal to high yellow in coloration with an aberrant pattern of broken stripes, usually extending onto the tail as well. Some will actually form full-length stripes, and many breeders sell these as 'Striped' We no longer breed these exclusively, but produce a few here and there from various heterozygous outcrosses, and they may be priced higher if the genetics involved warrant it. Limited quantities.

Bold Stripe Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

A stunning derivative of the Jungle lines, Bold Stripes are just that - boldly striped with light coloration down the mid-dorsal line. Usually this extends the full length of the tail as well. Pattern and contrast varies a lot, and no two are alike.