Professional Herpetoculture for the Pet Trade

Our Breeders - Past Projects

Jungle Carpet Python (Morelia spilota cheynei)

When one of the nations' largest breeders disbanded their breeding groups of this form, we immediately grabbed up the top four. Bright lemon yellows and dark brownish blacks. At well over six feet in length, these are also some of the tamest jungle carpets we have ever seen. Lovely!

Angolan Python (Python anchietae)

An interesting small specie of python from southern Africa. Superficially similar to ball Pythons, although they get quite a bit larger.

  • Pricing: N/A
  • Additional Photos: Hatchling, Hatchling, Portrait
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Caramel Ball Python (Python regius)

Homozygous for Caramel, a recessive trait. The most widely known combination using this trait is the incredible Caramel Glow Ball Python, a double homozygous Caramel and Ghost Hypo snake that must be seen to be believed. Sadly, all known Caramels exhibit minor spine deformities, usually involving a crooked tail tip. Claims of 'perfect' animals are common, but all we've seen have shown the problem under x-ray. In view of this, we've removed all Caramels from our colonies.

  • Pricing: N/A
  • Additional Photos: Another, Hatchling
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Pioneertown Rosy Boa (Charina [Lichanura] trivirgata gracia)

This is another of the beautifully orange-striped California desert localities, hailing from rock outcroppings along Pipes Canyon Road in the San Bernardino Mountains, California. Like most boas from these areas, they can approach thirty inches in length and always feed ravenously!

  • Pricing: N/A
  • Additional Photos: Newborn
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Long Canyon Rosy Boa (Charina [Lichanura] trivirgata gracia)

Long Canyon is located NE of Palm Springs, CA in the Little San Bernardino Mountains. Rosy Boas from this area are typical desert boas with bright orange striping on a plain gray background, but they exhibit dorsal stripes with irregular borders, a possible influence from nearby populations of coastal rosy boas.

  • Pricing: N/A
  • Additional Photos: Newborn, Close-up
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Lake Elsinore Rosy Boa (Charina [Lichanura] trivirgata myriolepis)

This locality represents the 'typical' rose and bluish-gray with irregular striping and is one of the larger rosy boas. Adults may grow to over three feet in length. Not a common locality in captive collections.

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  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Hemet Rosy Boa (Charina [Lichanura] trivirgata myriolepis)

This locality represents the 'typical' rose and bluish-gray with irregular striping of the various populations of 'coastal' Rosy Boas. Like many 'coastals' they are one of the larger rosy boas. Adults may grow to over three feet in length.

  • Pricing: N/A
  • Additional Photos: Newborn
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Ensenada Unicolor Rosy Boa (Charina [Lichanura] trivirgata roseofusca)

Another 'unicolored' population, this time from near Highway 1 south of Ensenada, Baja California Norte, Mexico. Still uncommon in captive collections. May retain traces of juvenile patterning as adults, a possible influence from neighboring populations of 'coastal' type snakes.

  • Pricing: N/A
  • Additional Photos: Newborn
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Cerbat or Kingman Rosy Boa (Charina [Lichanura] trivirgata arizonae)

Very clean root beer stripes on slate background, with a very distinctive head pattern. Collected along the dirt road through Cerbat Canyon near Kingman, Arizona. A very popular locality.

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  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Harquahala Mountain Rosy Boa (Charina [Lichanura] trivirgata arizonae)

Also known as the 'Arizona Chocolate Rosy'. From the dirt road leading to the Smithsonian Observatory on the peak of the mountain range. This is the southernmost known population of Arizona "highland" boas, and one of the most distinctive. Adults have prominent chocolate stripes on a beige ground color.

  • Pricing: N/A
  • Additional Photos: Newborn
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Kofa Mountain Rosy Boa (Charina [Lichanura] trivirgata arizonae)

A very popular Arizona locality of Rosy Boa, and for good reason. Good temperament, attractive markings, easy feeders, these have it all! Somewhat variable in appearance, adults may have stripes of dark red to light orange, with or without a brownish tone to the stripes. Stocks originated from the west side of the Kofa Mountains at fairly low elevations.

  • Pricing: N/A
  • Additional Photos: Newborn
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

San Felipe Rosy Boa (Charina [Lichanura] trivirgata saslowi)

Really pretty rosies! A great beginners snake. Attractively marked with gray and reddish-orange stripes, often with pale speckles in the lower side stripes. One of the smaller forms of rosy boa, rarely exceeding two feet in length. Found in rock outcroppings near the town of San Felipe on the east coast of the Baja Peninsula, Mexico.

  • Pricing: N/A
  • Additional Photos: Newborn
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Black Mountain Rosy Boa (Lichanura trivirgata gracia)

A rather unique looking locality from the road leading to the top of Black Mountain in Imperial County, California. Still rather uncommon in captive collections, they are one of our favorites. Adults are clad in fairly straight stripes of burnt orange on a tannish gray background. In juveniles, they appear darker on the sides than the top and are one of our favorites.

Lake Chapala Rosy Boa (Charina [Lichanura] trivirgata saslowi)

Very uncommon in captive collections, these guys come from an area of rocky outcroppings near a dry lake bed known as Lake Chapala. It is located approximately 60km south of Catavina, just west of the Sierra Calamajué in Baja California, Mexico. Like other L. t. saslowi, they mature at about two feet and are very gentle.

  • Pricing: N/A
  • Additional Photos: Newborn
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

'Limburg' Rosy Boa (Lichanura trivirgata myriolepis)

Breeder Randy Limburg acquired a unique albino specimen originating from the vicinity of Vail Lake in the southern Temecula Valley, Riverside County, California. This specimen was bred to specimens hailing from nearby Winchester to create what are now known as the 'Limburg Strain Coastal Rosy Boas'. Boas from this area are among the largest of any Rosy Boa population, sometimes attaining four feet in length!

Albino 'Limburg' Rosy Boa (Lichanura trivirgata myriolepis)

Possessing pure red eyes, and a complete lack of all dark pigments, these snakes are simply stunning. Bright orange stripes that almost glow against a creamy pink background. Brilliant colors combined with large size make these extraordinary display animals!

Anza Borrego Rosy Boa (Lichanura trivirgata myriolepis)

Anza Borrego State Park in the Ysidro Mountains of California contains some remarkable Rosy Boas. Snakes within the park are protected, yet dedicated collectors have located a few just outside the borders. Showing characteristics of both coastal and desert forms, they are attractively marked with bright orange, burnt orange, or brown thin jagged stripes and speckles on very pale grays, silver to whitish background.

Hypo Anza Borrego Rosy Boa (Lichanura trivirgata myriolepis)

These appeared as a surprise in a litter parented by two pretty normal looking specimens of unknown origin. Somewhat variable, the palest Hypo specimens at birth are very light in color with thin bright orange jagged stripes, almost appearing albino. Others are a bit darker and may even grow to appear almost normal as adults.

Rough-Scaled Sand Boa (Gongylophis [Eryx] conicus)

An interesting sand boa from Pakistan and adjacent regions. Uniquely clad in very coarse conical scales, particularly near the tail. Fairly gentle and small, maturing at about two feet for males, three feet for females.

  • Pricing: N/A
  • Additional Photos: Close-up, Newborn
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Albino San Luis Potosi Kingsnake (Lampropeltis m. mexicana x ruthveni)

We've crossed albino Queretaro Kingsnakes into the San Luis Potosi Kingsnakes to create yet another interesting new albino! We produced our first albinos from these crossings in 2003 and will also produce some 100% hets. With a little growth, these snakes are becoming incredible!

  • Pricing: N/A
  • Additional Photos: Portrait, Hatchling
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Het Albino San Luis Potosi Kingsnake (Lampropeltis m. mexicana x ruthveni)

We've crossed albino Queretaro Kingsnakes into the San Luis Potosi Kingsnakes to create yet another interesting new albino! But the normal looking specimens from those crosses are every bit as attractive as the albinos! Plus they stay small (three feet max), always feed well and are very docile - making them an excellent choice for beginners!

Chihuahua Mountain Kingsnake (Lampropeltis p. knoblochi)

aka Tarahumara Mtn. Kingsnake. An extremely popular tri-color, with a blotched pattern rather than banded. We produce two bloodlines of these; one is bright red with strong black borders and clean white, another is ‘pumpkin orange’ with a tendency towards unusual tail patterning (as illustrated at left). Identical in care to the more common Arizona Mountain Kingsnake.

Gray-Banded Kingsnake (Lampropeltis alterna)

Beautifully marked with wide orange saddles edged in white blotches on a light to medium gray background. We produced only the popular "light phase or Blairs" morph. Perhaps the most coveted Kingsnake.

Lavender Albino Banana California Kingsnake (Lampropeltis getula californiae)

We've tried to get away from breeding California Kingsnakes at least a dozen times over the years, and each time something new and spectacular catches our eye. This time it was these! Truly deep lavender and soft butter-yellow coloration in odd combinations of stripes and bands. Spectacular!

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  • Additional Photos: Portrait
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Snow California Kingsnake (Lampropeltis getula californiae)

Just when we thought Cornsnakes had a lock on genetic variability, we took a look around...and wound up buying a bunch of hot new California Kingsnake morphs!

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  • Additional Photos: Another
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Banana California Kingsnake (Lampropeltis getula californiae)

We worked with these in both normal and albino forms. Most are nearly solid yellow, with only a little black along each side of the yellow mid-dorsal stripe.

Banded Black & White California Kingsnake (Lampropeltis g. californiae)

Very solid black and snow white. When we think of California Kingsnakes, these are what is pictured in our minds. A very popular pet store item. We produce Banded and Aberrant specimens, some may be heterozygous for albino as well.

Striped Black & White California Kingsnake (Lampropeltis getula californiae)

Very solid black and snow white, with a full-length mid-dorsal stripe. Very popular pet store item.

  • Pricing: N/A
  • Additional Photos: Hatchling
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Albino Queretero Kingsnake (Lampropeltis ruthveni)

These unbelievably bright snakes are clad in pinkish white, lemon yellow, and fluorescent scarlet. Absolutely stunning. We produce both ‘Double Yellow ’ and ‘Double White’ types. Double White (top) and Double Yellow (bottom)

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  • Additional Photos: Double Yellow
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Albino Variable Kingsnake (Lampropeltis mexicana thayeri x L. ruthveni)

Crossing albino Queretaro Kingsnakes into the Variable Kingsnakes to create an albino with thin orange bands seemed interesting. Not surprisingly, the variability of this line produced more than expected!

California Mountain Kingsnake (Lampropeltis zonata zonata x multicincta)

Lots and lots of red, white and black triads. California Mountain Kings are not commonly available in the pet trade, as they produce small clutches. Our stock originated in southern Oregon, where a naturally occurring intergrade is found.

Pueblan Milksnake (Lampropeltis triangulum campbelli)

These get big and always feed readily. Very wide white rings with black and pure red bands. We selected stock with very clean bands, eliminating the ugly grayish wash so common in this form.

  • Pricing: N/A
  • Additional Photos: Hatchling, Adult, Adult
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Apricot Pueblan Milksnake (Lampropeltis triangulum campbelli)

Perhaps the most attractive of all baby Milksnakes. Wide peachy-orange rings with black and pure red bands. These guys always get lots of attention from prospective buyers.

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  • Additional Photos: Hatchling
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Mexican Milksnake (Lampropeltis triangulum annulata)

These get big and always feed readily. Wide red rings with black and white or yellow/orange bands. Our breeders are all first generation snakes from wild-caught adults, unrelated to any others in captivity.

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  • Additional Photos: Adult, Adult
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Jalisco Milksnake (Lampropeltis triangulum arcifera)

Yet another big Milksnake. A typical looking Milksnake in every way, but a rather rare subspecies in captive collections. The advanced collectors always grab these up. Adult approach four feet in length.

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  • Additional Photos: Adult
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Conants' Milksnake (Lampropeltis triangulum conanti)

Built like the Sinaloan Milksnake, but patterned with even black tipping on each white or red scale, creating a speckled appearance. These guys are not very common in collections yet.

  • Pricing: N/A
  • Additional Photos: Adult, Adult, Adult, Hatchling
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Nicaraguan Milksnake (Lampropeltis triangulum stuarti)

A beautiful and very large Milksnake. Two of our adults are over six feet in length and can eat medium rats! A lovely tri-colored snake the size of a half grown boa constrictor! Definitely impressive.

  • Pricing: N/A
  • Additional Photos: Adult, Adult, Adult, Hatchling
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Vera Cruz Milksnake (Lampropeltis triangulum polyzona)

A rather rare large Central American milksnake, also known as the Atlantic Central American Milksnake. Often the white bands are completely obscured with black, giving the appearance of a red and black banded snake! Typically, the red coloration takes on a more orange tone as they age.

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  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Andean Milksnake (Lampropeltis triangulum andesiana)

A beautiful and very large Milksnake. Intricately speckled throughout, giving this snake a truly unique appearance.

  • Pricing: N/A
  • Additional Photos: Hatchling
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Snowflake Anery Cornsnake (Pantherophis [Elaphe] g. guttata)

We found this guy in a local pet shop and immediately purchased him. He appears to be a new form of Calico. Unlike the previously known form of Calico, he lacks the 'blistering' defect and the white tends to be associated with the pattern. The "Snowflake" trait has been proven as a recessive mutation, and like the previously known Calicos takes 2-3 years for the appearance to show itself. Due to the propensity for American breeders to rapidly deflate the values of new morphs, we accepted an offer from a SE Asian investment group for this entire project. No specimens will be sold in the USA until this firm decides to market them here, so don't bother to ask.

  • Pricing: N/A
  • Additional Photos: Portrait
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Rootbeer Cornsnake (Pantherophis [Elaphe] g. guttata x meahllmorum)

The Normal Cornsnake, but influenced by intergrade effects. Crossing the Mexican Cornsnake (E. g. meahllmorum) with amelanistic Cornsnakes (E. g. guttata) produces offspring which will then produce ‘Tangerine Creamsicle’ Cornsnakes. These are from those crosses and are a bit different than the more common strains of Rootbeer Corns based on crosses to E. emoryi. Quantities are limited.

  • Genotype: -+-+ and intergrade effects.
  • Pricing: N/A
  • Additional Photos: Portrait, Hatchling
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Tangerine Creamsicle Cornsnake (Pantherophis [Elaphe] g. guttata x meahllmorum)

Homozygous for Amelanism, a recessive trait, and influenced by intergrade effects. Crossing the Mexican Cornsnake (E. g. meahllmorum) with amelanistic Cornsnakes (E. g. guttata) produces offspring which will then produce ‘Tangerine Creamsicle’ Cornsnakes. Pale orange blotches on a pinkish-yellowish background. Really nice. These are larger babies than other forms of Cornsnake. Somewhat different than the more common Creamsicles produced from crosses to the Emory's Ratsnake (E. g. guttata x emoryi crosses).

  • Genotype: aaaa and intergrade effects.
  • Pricing: N/A
  • Additional Photos: Hatchling
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Cinnamon Cornsnake (Pantherophis [Elaphe] g. guttata x meahllmorum)

Homozygous for Hypomelanism, a recessive trait, and influenced by intergrade effects. One of the surprises from our Tangerine Creamsicle Motley project was the appearance of hypomelanistic Rootbeer Corns from E. g. guttata x E. g. meahllmorum crosses. Many of these snakes are gorgeous deep red in color, and with hypomelanism added, they shine! Others are a gorgeous coffee with cream color. Rather variable, but unique!

  • Genotype: hhhh and intergrade effects.
  • Pricing: N/A
  • Additional Photos: Hatchling
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Rootbeer Motley Cornsnake (Pantherophis [Elaphe] g. guttata x meahllmorum)

Homozygous for Motley, a recessive trait, and influenced by intergrade effects. Take our basic Rootbeer Cornsnake, add the motley pattern and you have a winner! We've got cornsnakes in just about every color imaginable, but these simple coffee-colored snake are one of the best! Quantities are limited.

  • Genotype: mmmm and intergrade effects.
  • Pricing: N/A
  • Additional Photos: Hatchling
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Tangerine Creamsicle Motley Cornsnake (Pantherophis [Elaphe] g. guttata x meahllmorum)

Homozygous for Amelanism and Motley, two recessive traits, and influenced by intergrade effects. The unbelievable colors of our own line of the Tangerine Creamsicle Cornsnake, combined with the beautiful motley pattern have produced one of our most attractive variants! Created using the Mexican Cornsnake, Elaphe guttata meahllmorum.

  • Genotype: aaaa·mmmm and intergrade effects.
  • Pricing: N/A
  • Additional Photos: Hatchling
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Cinnamon Motley Cornsnake (Pantherophis [Elaphe] g. guttata x meahllmorum)

Homozygous for Hypomelanism and Motley, two recessive traits, and influenced by intergrade effects. Our Cinnamons are attractive enough, but when when the Motley pattern is applied the result is astonishing! Some of these snakes are the color of coffee with cream, while others turn out more a pale cinnamon color, with enough color contrast to make the motley pattern stand out! Very limited quantities.

  • Genotype: hhhh·mmmm and intergrade effects.
  • Pricing: N/A
  • Additional Photos: Hatchling
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Other Assorted Hybrid Cornsnakes (Pantherophis [Elaphe] g. guttata x meahllmorum)

Various morphs, influenced by intergrade effects. When we set out to create Tangerine Creamsicle Motleys, we crossed a Mexican Cornsnake (E. g. meahllmorum) and an Amel Motley Cornsnake. That cross unknowingly introduced the following traits: Hypomelanism, Anerythrism and Dilute. Thus we produce a wide variety of morphs, in Normal and Motley patterns - all influenced by the intergrade effects. Dilute Anerys, Dilute Ghosts, Snows, Aneries, and more! Very limited quantities. Illustrated here is a Rootbeer Dilute Motley.

Creamsicle Striped Cornsnake (Pantherophis [Elaphe] g. guttata x emoryi)

Homozygous for Amelanism and Stripe, two recessive traits, and influenced by intergrade effects. The bright oranges and yellows of the Creamsicle Corns are further enhanced and lightened by the effects of the stripe pattern. Some are nearly solid yellow with a hint of orange, others have more defined striping. Created using the Emory's Ratsnake, E. emoryi. We'll also produce a number of Motleys, het for Stripe from this group.

  • Genotype: aaaa·msms and intergrade effects.
  • Pricing: N/A
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  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Chinese Green Ratsnake (Rhadinophis frenatum [Elaphe frenata])

Spectacularly attractive green ratsnakes. With a maximum length of under three feet, these are sure to be a hit. Partially arboreal, they are seldom seen in US collections. We were first to breed these in the US, but while simple to keep - they are difficult to reproduce consistently. Hopefully, our captive bred stocks will begin production in 2005 and these may be simpler.

Bamboo Ratsnake (Oreocryptophis [Elaphe] porphyracea vaillanti)

Here's one of those interesting oddball Asian ratsnakes. Fairly secretive in nature, they are rather uncommon in US collections. Highly sought after by collectors, they are difficult to establish as captives. There are a number of subspecies, most of which are being reclassified at this time.

  • Pricing: N/A
  • Additional Photos: Portrait, Adult
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Baja Ratsnake (Bogertophis rosaliae)

As the names suggests, these rare nocturnal ratsnakes are found in Baja, Mexico. Faintly patterned as hatchlings, they fade into pale rosy-tannish unicolored adults of around four feet. Very gentle bit difficult to keep, they are related to Trans-Pecos Ratsnakes.

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  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Baird's Ratsnake (Pantherophis [Elaphe] bairdi)

These start out as grayish snakes with thin blotches. As they mature they turn into solid bluish gray snakes with golden orange between the scales. Very attractive, hardy and gentle. May grow to six feet or more! Don't confuse these with the other aggressive ratsnakes - these are very gentle.

  • Pricing: N/A
  • Additional Photos: Hatchling
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Western Green Ratsnake (Senticollis triaspis intermedia)

Rare greenish ratsnakes found only in remnant forests of the northern Mexican deserts. US population are restricted to a few mountainous locations in the desert southwest. Extremely alert and inquisitive, they continually explore a gentle keepers hand, but one quick move and they flee or bite.

  • Pricing: N/A
  • Additional Photos: Another, Portrait
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Orange-Eyed Crocodile Skink (Triblonotus gracilis)

Really weird lizards. Dark brown with a fluorescent orange eye-ring. These guys dispelled the myth that only geckos have a voice! We produced our first offspring from these on 10/18/95, likely the first ever from a captive breeding. A second generation offspring hatched on 10/14/98, another first for VMS! We eventually disbanded the project afetr four generations, having proved that it could be done.

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  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Yellow-Eyed Crocodile Skink (Triblonotus novaguineae)

Much rarer in captive collections than the Orange-Eyed race, and considered to be more difficult to maintain. We kept a female for three years, and then after her demise, found a male. After keeping him for three years, we placed him with a capable keeper in hopes he can locate a female.

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  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Banded African Fat-Tailed Geckos (Hemitheconyx caudicinctus)

We produce a few banded morphs of this popular gecko. They grow quickly and are very tame, making excellent pets for the beginner. If you are experienced with Leopard Geckos, these guys are the next step. We no longer breed these exclusively, but some years produce a few here and there from various heterozygous outcrosses, and they may be priced higher if the genetics involved warrant it.

  • Pricing: N/A
  • Additional Photos: Hatchling
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Striped African Fat-Tailed Geckos (Hemitheconyx caudicinctus)

An interesting mutation commonly found in wild populations. Thought to be a recessive trait, our experience indicates it's not that simple! We've bred stripe to stripe and gotten a percentage of banded morph in the resulting offspring several times now! We no longer breed these exclusively, but some years produce a few here and there from various heterozygous outcrosses, and they may be priced higher if the genetics involved warrant it.

  • Pricing: N/A
  • Additional Photos: Portrait, Hatchling
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

'White Socks' African Fat-Tailed Geckos (Hemitheconyx caudicinctus)

Here's another interesting morph (perhaps it should be called Piebald?) that cropped up in our colonies a few years back. Most specimens have one or two white 'socks', although we've had a couple with four! Occasional specimens show white on the chin or face and sometimes on the legs. Inherited as a simple recessive.

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  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Banded Albino African Fat-Tailed Geckos (Hemitheconyx caudicinctus)

The classic Albino Fattie. We are producing tan to gold colorations of this popular gecko, mostly as by-products of our Tangerine Projects. Most of ours will be heterozygous for other traits and may be priced higher as a result.

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  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Striped Albino African Fat-Tailed Geckos (Hemitheconyx caudicinctus)

The classic Albino Fattie, but with a full-length mid-dorsal white stripe. We are producing tan to gold colorations of this popular gecko. Most of ours will be heterozygous for other traits and may be priced higher as a result.

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  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Banded Tangerine Albino African Fat-Tailed Geckos (Hemitheconyx caudicinctus)

We are producing mostly apricot and tangerine variations of this popular gecko. Some are very intensely colored, although it's impossible to tell how any given hatchling will turn out until the color fills in with age. Most of ours will be heterozygous for other traits and may be priced higher as a result.

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  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Striped Tangerine Albino African Fat-Tailed Geckos (Hemitheconyx caudicinctus)

Our popular Banded Tangerine Albino, but with a full-length mid-dorsal white stripe. We are producing mostly apricot and tangerine variations of this popular gecko. Some are very intensely colored, although it's impossible to tell how any given hatchling will turn out until the color fills in with age. Most of ours will be heterozygous for other traits and may be priced higher as a result.

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  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Banded Albino 'White Socks' African Fat-Tailed Geckos (Hemitheconyx caudicinctus)

The classic Albino Fattie but combined with another interesting morph (perhaps it should be called Piebald?) that cropped up in our colonies a few years back. Most specimens have one or two white 'socks', although we've had a couple with four! Occasional specimens show white on the chin or face and sometimes on the legs.

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  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Striped Albino 'White Socks' African Fat-Tailed Geckos (Hemitheconyx caudicinctus)

Our popular Banded Albino 'White Socks', but with a full-length mid-dorsal white stripe. We are producing tan to gold colorations of this unique gecko.

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  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Banded Tangerine Albino 'White Socks' African Fat-Tailed Geckos (Hemitheconyx caudicinctus)

We've combined bright orange tangerine albino stocks with our piebald 'White Socks' line to create yet another morph of these fascinating geckos. We are producing mostly apricot and tangerine variations of this unique gecko. Some are very intensely colored, although it's impossible to tell how any given hatchling will turn out until the color fills in with age.

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  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Striped Tangerine Albino 'White Socks' African Fat-Tailed Geckos (Hemitheconyx caudicinctus)

Our popular Banded Tangerine Albino 'White Socks', but with a full-length mid-dorsal white stripe. We are producing mostly apricot and tangerine variations of this unique gecko. Some are very intensely colored, although it's impossible to tell how any given hatchling will turn out until the color fills in with age.

  • Pricing: N/A
  • Additional Photos: Another, Another Close-up
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Frog-Eyed Gecko (Teratoscincus scincus)

Also known as the Wonder Gecko, and wondrous they are! We acquired adults of this specie in 1999 and produced second and third generation off-spring. Check out the unique scalation of this specie, as well as the wonderful noise-making scales on top of the tail.

Helmeted Gecko (Geckonia chazaliae)

Originally imported from Morocco, these little guys are really neat. They bear a remarkable resemblance to the American 'Horned Toads' (Genus Phrynosoma). They are gentle, easy to handle and easy to keep.

Spider Gecko (Agamura persica)

Native to desert regions of Iran, Pakistan and Afghanistan. Uniquely adapted to desert life, they enjoy basking under a spot-lamp during the day, making them a great display animal!

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  • Additional Photos: Close-Up
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Chinese Leopard Gecko (Goniurosaurus luii)

Wow! A purplish background with little dark spots and bright orange to yellow cross-bands. Babies are among the most stunning offspring we produce. Officially recognized by science in 1999, they were virtually unknown in captive collections until 1997. We produced many of these from 1999 to 2002.

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  • Additional Photos: Hatchling, Juvenile
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Vietnamese Tiger Gecko (Goniurosaurus araneus)

Finally, a new gecko for the pet trade! Very attractive banded golden brown on tan. Native to Hainan (China), they were virtually unknown in captive collections until 1997. Similar to a slender Leopard Gecko. Originally imported as Goniurosaurus lichtenfelderi hainanensis, a name which later turned out to be incorrect for this specie - but you may find many early references to them under that name.

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  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Chocolate Jungle Albino Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Jungle and 'Chocolate' Tremper Albino. We find the rich chocolate browns and busy jungle patterns of these extremely pleasant. They also seem to have unusually calm dispositions! We no longer breed these exclusively, but produce a few here and there from various heterozygous outcrosses, and they may be priced higher if the genetics involved warrant it. Limited quantities.

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  • Additional Photos: Portrait, Hatchling
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Chocolate Tangerine Albino Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

We created our Tangerine Albino line by crossing 'Brandt' strain Tangerines and 'Tremper' strain albinos, the best of which were absolutely stunning. Now we've crossed those into our Chocolate Jungle Albino line to create yet another look. The best are rich chocolate brown with tangerine highlights. Pretty neat!

  • Pricing: N/A
  • Additional Photos: Another, Another, Portrait
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Enigma Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Heterozygous for Enigma, a dominant mutation. Specimens carrying a single copy of this unique allele are lighter in color than normal and exhibit odd speckles of color in places they shouldn't be. Very unique, very new, and very cool! Sadly, a behavioral disorder seems permanently associated with this mutation, a minor fly in the ointment of a very cool look. All known specimens exhibit varying degrees of trembling, head-tilting, and 'circling behavior'. Some specimens may exhibit the traits in a very reduced state, leading to innumerable claims of specimens free of the problem. To date, there are no proven lines free of this disorder. Due to this problem, we have removed all Enigmas from our breeding programs.

Bell Albino Enigma Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Homozygous for Bell Albino, a recessive mutation and heterozygous for Enigma, a dominant mutation. Combining the Enigma mutation with the Bell Albino mutation creates a unique looking gecko, to say the least. Many of ours are hypo as well, and the eye color is simply amazing! It's not a transparent red like albino, but is pigmented a really spectacular solid rust color that looks nothing like any other eye color known in Leopard Geckos. Amazing!

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  • Additional Photos: Close-up
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Mack Snow Enigma Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Heterozygous for Enigma, a dominant mutation and Mack Snow, a codominant mutation. This combination yielded unexpected and incredible results. It is always nice when the sum of two parts is greater than those used to create them! Very unique, very new, and very cool!

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  • Additional Photos: Portrait
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Mack Super Snow Enigma Bell Albino Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Homozygous for Bell Albino and Mack Snow, one recessive and one codominant mutation, and Heterozygous for Enigma, a dominant mutation. Stunning solid red eyes on a pale "Albino Super Mack" pattern, but with the aberrant patterning caused by Enigma!

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  • Additional Photos: Another
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Tangerine Albino Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Homozygous for Tangerine and Tremper Albino, two recessive traits. Enhanced and improved through selective breeding, the oranges have been intensified into almost red coloration. It seems like just about every breeder has done this with their own lines, and you'll find this morph marketed under a variety of dazzling names such as Tangerine Tornado, Tangerine Sunburst and so forth. We'll just keep it simple and call them what they are and let you decide if you like them from the pictures...

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  • Additional Photos: Portrait
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Diablo Blanco Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Homozygous for Tremper Albino, Blizzard, and Eclipse, three recessive traits. Diablo Blancos are one of the hot ticket items, and they are indeed very attractive. Essentially a Ruby-Eyed Blazing Blizzard made by combining Blazing Blizzards with RAPTORs, they are cream to creamy-white geckos and most have solid ruby red eyes. We created our own line of these, from scratch, unrelated to any others in captivity.

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  • Additional Photos: Close-up
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Raptor Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Homozygous for Tremper Albino, Hypo-Tangerine, Eclipse, and something the developer calls 'Patternless'. This is NOT the same as Murphy Patternless. Our experiments indicate it may be nothing more than the interaction between Jungle and Hypomelanism which causes this pattern. With solid ruby-red eyes, intense bright orange-yellow body coloration and heavy orange and white on the tails, it's a brilliant & unique look! As with all Eclipse Eyed geckos, occasional specimens may exhibit only a partial eye coloring, and are termed 'snake-eyed' by most keepers. These can appear at random from any pairing, and exhibit the same likelihood of producing solid eyed specimens as pairings of purely solid eyed specimens.

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  • Additional Photos: Close-up, Hatchling
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Aptor Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Homozygous for Tremper Albino, Hypo-Tangerine, and something the developer calls 'Patternless'. This is NOT the same as Murphy Patternless (see Raptor). While lots of geckos seems to be getting this label placed on them out there, proper specimens should exhibit everything included in the popular Raptors except for the Ruby-Eyes from the Eclipse trait. Most of ours will be at least possible het for Eclipse and/or Blizzard, as they are all by-products of our Diablo Blanco projects.

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  • Additional Photos: Portrait
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Ruby-Eyed Tremper Albino Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Homozygous for Tremper Albino and Eclipse, two recessive mutations. Beautiful Tremper Albinos enhanced by the addition of those startling solid red eyes provided by the Eclipse gene. Many will exhibit a unique mottled jungle patterning in yellowish orange inherited from the Raptors used to originate this project.

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  • Additional Photos: Close-up
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Eclipse-Eyed Blizzard Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Homozygous for Blizzard and Eclipse, two recessive traits. Beautiful Blizzards enhanced by the addition of those startling solid black eyes provided by the Eclipse gene. As with all Eclipse Eyed geckos, occasional specimens may exhibit only a partial eye coloring, and are termed 'snake-eyed' by most keepers. These can appear at random from any pairing, and exhibit the same likelihood of producing solid eyed specimens as pairings of purely solid eyed specimens. But many lines of Blizzard also tend to exhibit a similar 'snake-eyed' appearance, and care must be taken not to mistake one for the other. However, any specimen with at least one solid eye is certainly an Eclipse, as the blizzard form never takes on the solid eyed appearance.

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  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Normal Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Extremely variable, ranging from dark specimens as shown here to lighter specimens with fewer but larger spots. All are boldly patterned with brownish black spots and cream to yellowish background; they can grow to nine inches and make great pets. In our opinion, there is no better pet lizard than a Leopard Gecko. We no longer breed these exclusively, but produce a few here and there from various heterozygous outcrosses, and they may be priced higher if the genetics involved warrant it.

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  • Additional Photos: Eggs Hatching, Hatchling
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Mack Snow Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Heterozygous for Mack Snow, a codominant mutation. Specimens carrying a single copy of this unique allele appear silver and black at hatching, growing to be lighter than normal, sometimes with pale lemon tints and slightly reduced black spotting. Many of ours will be from various outcrosses to other mutations, and may be priced higher if the genetics involved warrant it.

Mack Super Snow Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Homozygous for Mack Snow, a codominant mutation. Specimens homozygous for this mutation are known as 'Super' Snows and can appear almost snow white with greatly reduced black spotting. Such specimens will also have unique solid black eyes. The opportunities these present for creating truly pure red eyes in albinos and blazing blizzards are enormous! Many of ours will be from various outcrosses to such mutations, and may be priced higher.

Murphy Patternless Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Homozygous for Patternless, a recessive mutation. Formerly marketed as Leucistic, this was the first known mutation in Leopard Geckos - arriving on the scene after we'd bred Leopard Geckos for almost twenty years! Back then, our first five Leucistic specimens cost us $2500 each, which should provide a little perspective for the newbies reading this! A typical Leopard Gecko in every way, but colored solid lemon yellow with grayish white tails. They have normal dark colored eyes, for a strange contrast. Many possess bright orange near the base of the tail. We no longer breed these exclusively, but produce a few here and there from various heterozygous outcrosses, and they may be priced higher if the genetics involved warrant it.

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  • Additional Photos: Hatchling
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Patternless Mack Snow Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Heterozygous for Mack Snow, a codominant mutation and homozygous for Patternless, a recessive mutation. These essentially appear as very pale Patternless hatchlings, with the reduced yellow one would expect from a Mack. Use these to create the Patternless Mack 'Super' Snow! Many of ours will be from various outcrosses to other mutations, and may be priced higher if the genetics involved warrant it.

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  • Additional Photos: Hatchling, Hatchling, Portrait
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Patternless Mack Super Snow Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Homozygous for Mack Snow, a codominant mutation and Patternless, a recessive mutation. Unique silver hatchlings completely lacking all traces of pattern at hatching. Like all Mack Super Snows, they have those startling deep pure black eyes! When combined with the beautiful silver body color, it's quite an effect!

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  • Additional Photos: Hatchling, Portrait
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Tremper Albino Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Homozygous for Tremper Albino, a recessive mutation. 'Tremper' strain albino Leopard Geckos are absolutely beautiful, exhibiting enormous individual variation. Each specimen exhibits a uniqueness, and all are incredibly attractive as adults. We no longer breed these exclusively, but produce a few here and there from various heterozygous outcrosses, and they may be priced higher if the genetics involved warrant it.

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  • Additional Photos: Portrait, Hatchling
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Tremper Albino Mack Snow Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Heterozygous for Mack Snow, a codominant mutation, and homozygous for Tremper Albino, a recessive mutation. Unique pure pink and white as hatchlings! Use these to create the Tremper Albino Mack 'Super' Snow! Many of ours will be from various outcrosses to other mutations, and may be priced higher if the genetics involved warrant it.

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  • Additional Photos: Hatchling
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Tremper Albino Mack Super Snow Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Homozygous for Mack Snow, a codominant mutation and Tremper Albino, a recessive mutation. Unique white hatchlings with pink 'Mack Super Snow' markings and solid red eyes! Many of ours will be from various outcrosses to other mutations, and may be priced higher if the genetics involved warrant it.

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  • Additional Photos: Portrait
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Patternless Tremper Albino Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Homozygous for Patternless and Tremper Albino, two recessive mutations. Absolutely stunning! Gorgeous soft buttery lemon yellow coloration. We find these to be among the most attractive of all leopard gecko morphs. Much more difficult to produce from scratch (due to trait linkage) and therefore a bit rarer in captive collections than the Patternless Las Vegas form.

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  • Additional Photos: Hatchling
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Patternless Tremper Albino Mack Snow Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Heterozygous for Mack Snow, a codominant mutation, and homozygous for Patternless and Tremper Albino, two recessive mutations. Essentially a very pale looking Patternless Tremper Albino, but with really cool eyes. Use these to create the Patternless Tremper Albino Mack Super Snow!

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  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Patternless Tremper Albino Mack Super Snow Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Homozygous for Mack Snow, a codominant mutation, and homozygous for Patternless and Tremper Albino, two recessive mutations. Like all albino Mack Super Snows, these have those amazing solid deep ruby red eyes, which can range in color from medium red to dark 'bing cherry' blackish red.

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  • Additional Photos: Portrait
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Las Vegas Albino Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Homozygous for Las Vegas Albino, a recessive mutation. The second strain of Albino to be discovered, not genetically compatible with the Tremper or Bell line. Many folks believe these to be superior to other albinos as they often tend to remain lighter and more yellow in color. In truth, they seem better to work if intense yellows is your goal in breeding, while Tremper seems better for enhancing oranges. But no breeder is complete without some of both! Many of ours will be from various outcrosses to other mutations, and may be priced higher if the genetics involved warrant it.

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  • Additional Photos: Hatchling
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Las Vegas Albino Mack Snow Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Heterozygous for Mack Snow, a codominant mutation, and homozygous for Las Vegas Albino, a recessive mutation. Unique pure pink and white as hatchlings! Use these to create the Las Vegas Albino Mack 'Super' Snow! Many of ours will be from various outcrosses to other mutations, and may be priced higher if the genetics involved warrant it.

  • Pricing: N/A
  • Additional Photos: Portrait
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Las Vegas Albino Mack Super Snow Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Homozygous for Mack Snow, a codominant mutation, and homozygous for Las Vegas Albino, a recessive mutation. Hatchlings appear as pale pink and white Albinos, showing the lineated pattern typical of Mack Super Snows. Possessing deep solid ruby red eyes, these are outstanding!

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  • Additional Photos: Hatchling, Portrait
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Patternless Las Vegas Albino Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Homozygous for Patternless and Las Vegas Albino, two recessive mutations. Absolutely stunning! We've been out-crossing these to our High Yellow Bloodlines, and some of these have the brightest lemon yellow imaginable. We find these to be among the most attractive of all leopard gecko morphs.

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  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Patternless Las Vegas Albino Mack Snow Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Heterozygous for Mack Snow, a codominant mutation, and homozygous for Patternless and Las Vegas Albino, two recessive mutations. These essentially appear as very pale Albino Patternless hatchlings, with the reduced yellow one would expect from a Mack. Use these to create the Patternless Las Vegas Albino Mack 'Super' Snow!

Patternless Las Vegas Albino Mack Super Snow Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Homozygous for Mack Snow, a codominant mutation, and homozygous for Patternless and Las Vegas Albino, two recessive mutations. These three traits combined create yet another truly outstanding gecko.

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  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Bell Albino Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Homozygous for Bell Albino, a recessive mutation. The third strain of Albino to be discovered, not genetically compatible with the Tremper or Las Vegas line. We initially ignored this one, thinking two albinos was enough already, but after seeing the effect they had when combined with the Enigma trait, we relented and added them to our colonies.

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  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Bell Albino Mack Snow Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Heterozygous for Mack Snow, a codominant mutation, and homozygous for Bell Albino, a recessive mutation. Bell Albino and Mack Snow combine to create what we affectionately call the "Snow Bell". Yet another interesting member of the increasing Mack Snow morph group.

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  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Bell Albino Mack Super Snow Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Homozygous for Mack Snow, a codominant mutation, and homozygous for Bell Albino, a recessive mutations. Bell Albino and Mack Super Snow combine to create what I guess folks would call a "Super Snow Bell". Yet another interesting member of the increasing Mack Snow morph group.

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  • Additional Photos: Hatchling, Portrait
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Blizzard Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Homozygous for Blizzard, a recessive mutation. Completely patternless, with only faint traces of yellow coloration remaining, these are true Leucistic Leopard Geckos. Some grow to be nearly pure white, with steely blue-gray eyes. A sought after variant has very bright yellowish bodies, with dark gray heads and are called "Banana Blizzards".

Blizzard Mack Snow Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Heterozygous for Mack Snow, a codominant mutation and homozygous for Blizzard, a recessive mutation. Unique silver hatchlings completely lacking all traces of pattern at hatching. Use these to create Blizzard Mack Super Snows! Many of ours hatch out with what is commonly called "snake-eyes". Do not confuse this trait (common in Blizzards) with Eclipse as it is merely a similar appearance.

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  • Additional Photos: Portrait
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Blizzard Mack Super Snow Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Homozygous for Mack Snow, a codominant mutation, and homozygous for Blizzard, a recessive mutation. Unique silver hatchlings completely lacking all traces of pattern at hatching. Like all Mack Super Snows, they have those startling deep pure black eyes! When combined with the beautiful silver body color, it's quite an effect!

  • Pricing: N/A
  • Additional Photos: Portrait
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Blazing Blizzard Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Homozygous for Blizzard and Tremper Albino, two recessive mutations. These are gorgeous, with soft white to pale creamy-yellow body color. An interesting side effect of this combination is that as hatchlings the eyes appear quite a bit redder than plain albinos. With growth, the eyes change to a normal albino appearance. This is likely due to the blizzard trait, in which babies have very dark blackish eyes, here removed by albinism.

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  • Additional Photos: Hatchling, Hatchling
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Blazing Blizzard Mack Snow Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Heterozygous for Mack Snow, a codominant mutation, and homozygous for Blizzard and Tremper Albino, two recessive mutations. Not too much different than typical Blazing Blizzards as adults, but obviously whiter as hatchlings. Use these to create Blazing Blizzard Mack Super Snows!

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  • Additional Photos: Portrait
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Blazing Blizzard Mack Super Snow Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Homozygous for Mack Snow, a codominant mutation, and homozygous for Blizzard and Tremper Albino, two recessive mutations. Blizzard, Tremper Albino and Mack 'Super' Snow combined. Unique pure pinkish white hatchlings completely lacking all traces of pattern at hatching. Like all Albino Mack Super Snows, they have those startling deep pure red eyes at birth! Like all albinos, these may darken with age somewhat. Simply incredible!

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  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Tangerine Super Hypo Carrot-Tail Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Either homozygous or heterozygous for Tangerine and Hypo Carrot-Tail, two codominant mutations. With two codominant traits involved, a total of four genotypes can be present in these - and there's enough overlap in appearances to make them difficult to sort out at a young age. Specimens homozygous for the two traits tend to have the best appearance, and many breeders will price these higher as a result - and they are worth every penny! Extreme examples of the type may have as much as 2/3 of the tail covered in orange when they mature. We've been carefully out-crossing these into our Tangerine lines to enhance the body coloration. We've already produced some astounding examples with orange bodies and tails!

  • Pricing: N/A
  • Additional Photos: Another
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Cremesicle Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Heterozygous for Mack Snow, a codominant mutation, a recessive mutation and either homozygous or heterozygous for Tangerine and Hypo Carrot-Tail, two codominant mutations. Tangerine Super Hypo Carrot-Tail and Mack Snow combine to create unusually colorful lightly patterned Mack Snows, aka 'Cremesicles'. 2007 is our first year producing these, and they are changing so fast with growth that we are unsure how they will turn out - but it's sure to be something interesting!

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  • Additional Photos: Hatchling
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Sunglow Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Homozygous for Tremper Albino, a recessive mutation and either homozygous or heterozygous for Tangerine and Hypo Carrot-Tail, two codominant mutations. aka Tremper Albino Super-Hypo Carrot-Tail. Combining the best Super Hypo Carrot-Tails with Tremper Albinos makes some amazing geckos. The brilliance of the colors has to be seen to be believed, we've given up trying to capture it accurately with a camera.

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  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Bell Hybino Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Homozygous for Bell Albino, a recessive mutation and either homozygous or heterozygous for Tangerine and Hypo Carrot-Tail, two codominant mutations. aka Bell Albino Super-Hypo Carrot-Tail. Combining the best Super Hypo Carrot-Tails with Bell Albinos makes some lovely geckos, with contrasting bright yellows and oranges.

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  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Giant & Super Giant Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Giant: heterozygous for Giant, a codominant mutation. Super Giant: homozygous for Giant, a codominant mutation. A unique mutation that causes lengthening of the body, head, and tail; recently proven incomplete dominant. With proper care and feeding, Giants get slightly larger (longer, really) than regular leopards, and 'supers' can get very large! Our founding stock were sired by 'Moose', the famous super. We'll produce a variety of Giant morphs, including Normal, Tremper Albino, Mack Snow, and others. An albino specimen is illustrated at left.

  • Pricing: N/A
  • Additional Photos: Giant Mack Snow Hatchling
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

High-Yellow Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Brighter yellows and reduced blacks when compared to a normal. A clear diagnostic feature is the unmarked yellow legs of hatchlings. Not a true genetic trait, but simply one end of the spectrum of natural variation. Produced by selective breeding over the last two decades. We no longer breed these exclusively, but produce a few here and there from various heterozygous outcrosses, and they may be priced higher if the genetics involved warrant it.

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  • Additional Photos: Hatchling
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Jungle Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Normal to high yellow in coloration with an aberrant pattern of broken stripes, usually extending onto the tail as well. Some will actually form full-length stripes, and many breeders sell these as 'Striped' We no longer breed these exclusively, but produce a few here and there from various heterozygous outcrosses, and they may be priced higher if the genetics involved warrant it. Limited quantities.

  • Pricing: N/A
  • Additional Photos: Hatchling, Juvenile
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Bold Stripe Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

A stunning derivative of the Jungle lines, Bold Stripes are just that - boldly striped with light coloration down the mid-dorsal line. Usually this extends the full length of the tail as well. Pattern and contrast varies a lot, and no two are alike.

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  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Australian Thick-Tailed Gecko (Underwoodisaurus milii)

One of the cutest geckos we've ever encountered, with pleasant dispositions and easy care requirements - they are sure to be a hit! Native to Australia, they are enchanting.

  • Pricing: N/A
  • Additional Photos: 'My Nose Itches', Portrait
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Crested Gecko (Rhacodactylus ciliatus)

Large tame weird looking geckos! Very easy to handle, keep and breed. Many articles have recently appeared extolling their virtues. Native to New Caledonia, these were thought extinct until recently! We produced a variety of color types.

Gargoyle Gecko (Rhacodactylus auriculatus)

Slightly smaller than the Crested Gecko, but very similar in temperament. Adults possess unusual large knobs on the top of the head – making them look like the horns of a gargoyle! Very easy to keep. Native to New Caledonia.

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  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

New Caledonian Giant Gecko (Rhacodactylus leachianus leachianus)

These are the coolest geckos on the planet. They get enormous and move like a sloth. Imagine a gecko the size of your forearm that weighs nearly a pound! Absolutely tame and easy to handle. Unfortunately, they take several years to reach sexual maturity. This is sure to keep prices high for years to come.

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  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Pine Island Giant Gecko (Rhacodactylus leachianus henkeli)

Slightly smaller than the nominate form, these are a bit more greenish in color and have silver eyes. Absolutely tame and easy to handle. Unfortunately, they take several years to reach sexual maturity. This is sure to keep prices high for years to come.

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  • Additional Photos: Adult, Adult
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Carrot-Tailed Viper Gecko (Teratolepis fasciata)

Originally from Pakistan, they are very easy to keep and breed. Unlike most small geckos, these little guys are really easy to handle and are very docile. Attractive too! Babies grow unbelievably fast on a diet of wingless fruit flies or pinhead crickets.

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  • Additional Photos: Another, Tail Study, Hatchling
  • Current Availability: Project terminated, all stock has been sold.

Gold x Tiger Bearded Dragon (Pogona vitticeps)

One of the newer color varieties, solid golden colored with dark purplish-brown bands on the flanks. We maintain a single group of double-heterozygous animals, with the male being a nice gold in color. The babies are rather variable, with some becoming spectacular.

Veiled Chameleon (Chameleo calyptratus calyptratus)

If you don’t know about these already, just walk into any pet store. Number one selling chameleon of all time and the only one commercially captive bred. Native to Yemen and Saudi Arabia, these are from drier climes than most chameleons - and are much easier to keep. Male (top) and Female (bottom)

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Red Ridge-Tailed Monitor (Odatria (Varanus) a. acanthurus)

If you think monitors are interesting, but wish they were smaller, then these are the lizards for you! Maturing at about two feet in length, they are easy to keep and work with. Native to the central deserts of Australia, they feed readily on insects, pink mice and raw ground turkey. A definite winner!

Reticulated Gila Monster (Heloderma suspectum suspectum)

The most fascinating lizard in existence. Besides being one of the worlds' two venomous lizards, they have the greatest personalities of all we've kept. After disposing of our colonies, we retained a single specimen as a pet for several years, because I liked him. He's huge and fat and is the only reptile we've ever given a name. He is Cartman, our resident fat-ass! (Hey, we live near South Park - what did you expect?) Cartman now resides in the pacific northwest as head of a breeding group and is the proud papa of many little monsters.