Polymorphism in RAPTORS

I just wanted to share some examples of polymorphism in the RAPTORs we've hatched out so far this year. The "normal" raptors hatch out with vary little markings and usually with some blue around the eyes. However in some of our raptors we have been getting a lot of really nice lavender coloring. The pattern of the lavender varies from stripes to really cool jungle patterns. We also have had some eclipse APTORs which has solid black eyes instead of red. Many of these geckos have come from the same parents and even the same clutches, this shows how cool the polymorphism is in Leopard Geckos.

Below are some examples, and many of these geckos will be for sale very soon so if you are interested please feel free to leave a message!

 

  A typical "normal" looking RAPTOR

A typical "normal" looking RAPTOR

  This RAPTOR has some lavender but what is really special is its very bright orange coloring

This RAPTOR has some lavender but what is really special is its very bright orange coloring

  Amazing lavender design on this one

Amazing lavender design on this one

  This is one of the eclipse APTORs   

This is one of the eclipse APTORs  

  A ton of lavender in this one, I'm really excited to see what this looks like when she's bigger  

A ton of lavender in this one, I'm really excited to see what this looks like when she's bigger 

  Another typical RAPTOR with really clean pretty colors

Another typical RAPTOR with really clean pretty colors

  This is one of the RAPTORs with a lavender stripe, kinda like a reverse stripe

This is one of the RAPTORs with a lavender stripe, kinda like a reverse stripe

  An APTOR, which is a RAPTOR just without the red eyes. 

An APTOR, which is a RAPTOR just without the red eyes. 

  Another RAPTOR with a cool lavender stripe, not quite as solid as the first one though 

Another RAPTOR with a cool lavender stripe, not quite as solid as the first one though