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Leopard Gecko Morphs & Species

Leopard geckos are easy to breed in captivity and because of this are a favorite among breeders. There are also several subspecies and closely related species that were most likely imported and bred among other gecko species creating a large amount of genetic diversity. All of this combined with the fact that breeders have been breeding leopard geckos since the 1970's means there is so much genetic diversity that vast amounts of leopard gecko morphs exist with traits ranging in different sizes, colors, and patterns.

Leopard Gecko Morphs List

A morph is a difference in color, size, or other genetics. Due to leopard geckos popularity with breeders and selective breeding, there are well over 100 different types of leopard gecko morphs available today. This page will cover some of the most common leopard gecko morphs available.

A
Aberrant
Abyssinian
Afgahan APTOR
Afghan Xanthic
Afghan Bold Stripe
Afghanicus
Afghan Mack Snow RAPTOR
Afghan Super Snow RAPTOR
AKA Enigma Eclipse
Albino Red Stripe
Albino Sykes Emerine
APTOR
APTOR Enigma
Aurora
Aurora DADAR
B
Baldy
Banana Blazing Blizzard
Banana Blizzard
Banded Eclipse
Banded Fire
Banded Fire Tangerine
Banded RAPTOR
Bandit
Bandit Tornado
BEE
Bell Albino
Bell Albino Enigma
Bell Albino Jungle
Bell Albino Super Snow
Bell Blazing Blizzard
Bell Hybino
Bell Mack Snow
Bell Red-Eyed Snow Enigma
Bell Sunglow
Bell Sunglow Carrot Tail
Bell Sunglow Enigma
Black Hole
Black Pearl
Black Velvet
Blazing Blizzard
Blazing Blizzard Super Snow
Blue Fire
Blizzard
Blood Eclipse
Blood Hypo
Blood Jungle
Bold
Bold Red-Eyed Enigma
Bold Stripe
Bold Stripe Bell Albino
Bold Stripe Mac Snow
Bright Line Bell Albino
C
Carrot Head
Carrot Tail
Creamsicle
D
Diablo Blanco
Dreamsicle
E
Eclipse
Eclipse-eyed Blizzard
Eclipse Enigma
Eclipse Junble
Electric
Electric Tangerine
Ember
Emerald
Emerine
Emerine Bell Albino
Emerine RAPTOR
Emerine Reverse Stripe
Enigma
Enigma Mack Snow
Enigma RAPTOR
Enigma Tangerine Giant
Enigma Treper Giant
Extreme Emerine
F
Fasciolatus
Firewater
Fire Enigma
Fire Tangerine
Florida Albino
G
Gem Snow
Ghost
Giant
H
Halloween Mask
High Yellow
Hybino
Hyglo
Hyper Melanistic
Hypomelanistic
J
JBR Glow
Jungle
L
Las Vegal Albino
Lavender
Line Bred Snow
M
Mack Snow
Mack Snow Albino
Mack Snow Blizzard
Mack Snow Enigma
Mack Snow Fasciolatus
Mack Snow Ghost
Mack Snow Patternless
Mack Snow Patternless Albino
Mack Snow RAPTOR
Marble Eye
Melanistic
Midnight Blizzard
Murphy Patternless
N
Nieves Tangerine
Normal
Nova
P
Paradox
Pastel
Patternless
Patternless Stripe
Phantom
R
RADAR
Raining Red Stripe
Rainwater Albino
Rainwater Blazing Blizzard
Rainwater Hybino
Rainwater Mack Snow
RAPTOR
Raptor Creamsicle
RAPTOR Enigma
Red Stripe
Reverse Stripe
S
SHT
SHTCT
Snake Eyes
Sunglow
Sunglow RAPTOR
Stealth
Stripe
Sunglow Super Giant
Super Hypo
Super Hypo Tangerine
Super Hypo Tangerine Carrot Tail
Super Nova
Super RAPTOR
Super Snow
Super Snow Albino
Super Snow Albino Enigma
Super Snow Blizzard
Super Snow Enigma
Super Snow Enigma Eclipse
Super Snow Patternless
Super Stealth
T
Tangelo
Tangerine
Tangerine Tornado
Texas Albino
Tremper Albino
Tremper Blazing Blizzard
Tremper Hybino
Tremper Mack Snow
TUG Snow
Typhoon
W
White and Yellow
White Side
Wild Type

Leopard Gecko Species

The leopard gecko species name is Eublepharis Macularius, which in Greek means 'Good Eyelids' and 'Spots'. The leopard gecko is closely related to many other types of geckos and has the following sub-species:

Eublepharis macularius afghanicus (discovered 1976)
Eublepharis macularius fasciolatus (discovered 1864)
Eublepharis macularius macularius (discovered 1854)
Eublepharis macularius montanus (discovered 1976)
Eublepharis macularius smithi (discovered 1981)
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