We acquired the Ghost as a wild-caught male in 2006 and proved the trait to be recessive in 2008. At first glance, this amazing morph appears to be in a deep shed. But after closer examination, it is clear that this is one very special gecko. So named for its ghostly appearance, the Ghost expresses a form of hypomelanism, which is a genetic trait where the melanin is reduced but not totally eliminated, giving the animal a faded-out appearance. The morph goes through a dramatic develop process where the extreme adults can exhibit a soft purple and pastel orange coloration. These are truly spectacular gecko.

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