Lavender Stripe

The Lavender Stripe has been evolving ever since the first forms were produced in 2003 by breeding a Red Stripe to a Lavender. The results were offspring exhibiting vivid yellow background coloration and lavender running the length of the stripe on either side. Through selective breeding the morph has continued to develop into a very special looking gecko where the adults maintain the unique lavender coloration. It seems the lavender coloration within adults is only retained in descendants from the original bloodline. We are fortunate to be working with this original lineage and are thrilled to be producing outstanding examples of this morph.  


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