I’ll try and get some additional photos this weekend. Thanks a lot,
Looks like a Harley pin/partial pin from the line. More images of back would tell
It looks like a high % pinstripe harlequin. I could change my guess to tri-color depending on the fired-up picture.
I agree, but fired up version will tell for sure
Harlequin partial pinstripe. As said trt get him to fire. Put him
On a cricket tub with a bit of water and wait! Usually works!
That is a beautiful gecko
Harlequin partial pin
It is so useful to have a gecko IDer
Many thanks yall.
I agree with @ghoulishcresties part pin harlequin but it also has dal spots.
Looks to have good head structure which is something to look out for when breeding.
He is a handsome gecko
I don’t see the spots. What I thought looked like one is actually just his colouration.
And yea decent head!
I regret selling my olive Male, his head was massive!…
I noticed a couple of spots on the tail and one on the dorsal, I didn’t look for anymore though.
I regret selling my bi-colour, he had a huge head… But was meant to be a she
Sorry to @denton for highjacking your thread!
Ah they’re just patterning!
Ugh always the way! He went to a lovely woman though in a massive viv so I’m happy he’s spoilt and loved.
But damn… Hopefully this big head baby does me proud
OK is there like a “everything you need to know” thread or book or fountain of knowledge about crested gecko breeding?
I mean we have @ghoulishcresties but anything I can read!
Any update @denton on your Cresties?
@lumpy I was just going to add the link about morphs
@ghoulishcresties I can’t tell if it’s patterning of spots as it seems darker than the fired up colour @spottedbull should be able to tell about the spots, if they show black when the Crestie is unfired then it’s Dal spots, if not then no dal spots.
@spottedbull you have a great question, however each crested gecko owner does things differently. For eg @ghoulishcresties puts the females to the males, whereas some others put the males to the females and I have set up a separate enclosure that I will use as a breeding enclosure.
I have watched a fair share of YouTube videos and read lots on behaviour but I guess it’s just something that will come with experience, but if anyone has anything that has this… Someone might have something, but it may not work for everyone
Haha I’m an open book of gecko knowledge so will help with anything needed