• Did You Know?

    No two crested geckos are exactly alike. While members of a family may look similar, their colors and patterns are unique to each individual

  • Did You Know?

    Mourning Geckos are an all-female species. These parthenogenic ladies make more ladies by laying eggs that develop without fertilization. All of our Mourning Geckos are named Debbie.

  • Did You Know?

    A gecko's appearance can change dramatically from hatch to maturation. It may take a few years for a gecko's colors and patterns to fully develop

Latest Gecko's

Looking for your first gecko or maybe your 100th.  Either way, you will find your next pet here by checking out some of the latest additions.

Isopods / Dirty Shrimp

We are pleased to offer a collection of Isopods and BioActive options available for purchase. Be sure to explore what options are available.

Latest News & Updates

All the latest news, resources, tips and advice to keep you up to date on all things Gecko Geek.
Here is the most detailed list, complete with picture examples, that we could come up with to define the current morphs of the crested gecko world. Hope everyone finds this helpful & enjoyable!
Sometimes breeders, ourselves included, give a title such as "Xander Mardi Gras" or "Dirty Line" to describe a particular group of geckos. Titles like these are used to describe Projects, not Morphs. So why do we do it? To cause mass confusion? To make a gecko seem fancier so we can bump up the price? Not quite. Project titles can be a very useful tool...not just to the breeders, but to our customers as well. Read on to find out why we title our Projects, how Projects are different than Morphs, and how all of this info can help you to select that perfect gecko!