Crested Gecko Morph Identification help

I see one patternless with portholes and then partial Pinstripes/ harlequins, and pin dashes. If you want to add a photo of each baby I will tell you them all :blush:

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I agree, female is a patternless and male is a pin dash, as for colours… Would need to see a pic of them fired up.

With the babies, I see a mix of patternless and partial pinstripes / harlequins.

Cresties are worth more if they come with lineage, this will help to determine what Cresties you are likely to produce… Without lineage you don’t know what Cresties you might produce, yes they can look like the parents but you can get quite a few kinder surprises in the mix.

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The first two photos and the last two photos I have posted are of the adults. Guess I messed up on the order… can yall tell what the babies might be off these photos ? And is there a reference page or something yall suggest where I can start learning to tell what morphs I have In the future ? I appreciate all the responses!!

They’re all either patternless, partial pin or harlequin pin dash :blush:

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If you want to put up pics numbered I can tell you them all :grin:

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I agree with @ghoulishcresties regarding offspring. Really need closer pics that are numbered and ideally fired up.

I have created a guide here if you would like to check it out however I’m still updating it with pics.

here is my opinion for the baby pics but please bare in mind that not all the pics show the morphs well so I could be wrong with a few.

  1. Partial pin, harlequin with portholes
  2. Partial pin, portholes with Dal spots
  3. Same as 1
  4. Left - partial pin
    Right - pin dash
    Bottom - partial pinstripe with portholes
  5. Patternless with portholes
  6. Partial pin, harlequin with portholes
  7. Top - pin dash
    Left - pin dash
    Right - partial pin

They are basically similar morphs to the parents

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Here are some of the photos with them fired up. If this helps with identifying them better. I put them in a dark room for 30 mins and sprayed some water… I took before and after photos I’ll upload now :slight_smile:
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1- partial Pinstripe with Dal spots
2- partial pinstripe
3- partial Pinstripe with Dal spots
4- partial Pinstripe
5- patternless
6- patternless
All have portholes also.
They’re basically all the same, if you see any spots appear then they have Dal spots. Unless on the patternless, they’ll then be Dalmatians.

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@ghoulishcresties you seem to beat me to answering lol :sweat_smile:

I agree with above only difference I see is:

Looks like they all have portholes
I can’t see any spots on 3
4 is also a harlequin
5 looks like it has dal spots

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One the second pic of 5 there’s no spots so I was thinking mud!

And 3, above left eye and back left leg near foot there’s 2 spots :blush:

Clearer pics with lighting would help a lot! :sweat_smile:

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Would someone be able to help me figure out my morphs? Got into breeding the beginning of summer. Sold 2 babies at a local expo. Just wanted to know what they are so i can properly price them. Thanks!
(Ignore the horrible calcium deposit I havnt cleaned off the enclosure yet


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Both are harlequin partial pins with Dal spots it looks like :blush:

Got some better pics?

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Ill get some later today! I got black construction paper somewhere haha

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Gecko 1



Gecko 2



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I agree, both are partial pin, harlequins with Dal spots and portholes.

Cute lil babies :smiling_face_with_three_hearts:

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