The Blizzard morph is readily recognized by its lack of pattern and predominately grey and white coloration – true to the visual of a stormy winter blizzard. Hatchlings are completely patternless and their colors will range from white, yellow, purple and grey, but as they mature will change to gray and white. This recessive gene was first discovered in 1995 and the mutation is considered to be a true Leucistic. Blizzards are a striking gecko on their own but are also used extensively in breeding programs as a base morph. Their light coloration and lack of pattern make an excellent pallet to combine other morphs into.