THE URBAN GECKO

patternless

Our first Patternless baby emerged from its egg in June of 2005 and we still look back on the experience and say it was one of our most significant yet. It was then that we realized we had proved out the patternless morph to be recessive. We named the morph the Patternless because of its obvious lack of pattern. However we soon discovered when the morph was crossed into striped animals it would produce patternless offspring exhibiting the striking bold stripe. This incredible morph has a very special range of appearance - from a dark chocolate brown to a light peach tone. We are working with approximately 8 different bloodlines that all originated from wild-caught animals and are unrelated to any other founding groups in captivity.

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