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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!
A Guide To The Structural Traits Of Crested Geckos - Its pretty common knowledge that crested geckos come in a wide variety of colors and patterns. But did you know they also come in a variety of shapes & sizes? People often ask me about the structure of crested geckos – What makes a gecko “crowned”? What does an “upturned crest” look like? What does the term “gator head” mean? Here’s a fun picture guide to some of their structural qualities.
Its official…we’ve just hit our 500th “like” on Facebook....and we’re pretty excited about it...and we're pretty sure this calls for a celebration…and we’re going to do so in the form of yet another fun contest!! The Gecko Geek is super stoked to announce our “Say What?!?” caption contest!! Grand Prize is…you guessed it kiddos…a FREE GECKO!!!!!!!!! Click on this thumbnail to find out how to enter!!
We have just hit 100 "likes" on our Facebook page!! In celebration, we thought it might be fun to run a little contest. We won't keep you in suspense....Grand Prize is a FREE gecko!!!