True to their namesake Bold Stripe geckos exhibit a clean stripe of yellow that runs down the center of their back framed by solid lines of dark pigment. The sides of the gecko’s body and tail usually display additional black spotting. The stripe can extend from the base of the head along the body to the base of the tail. The black lines bordering the stripe vary in width and can either be broken or solid lines. We continue to work with our group of Bold Stripes to confirm the genetics of this morph as there is still debate if it is an incomplete recessive gene or an incomplete dominate gene.
We consider Bold Stripes to be a great base morph. This gene can be crossed into many other morphs to create great combinations of morphs.