SIL: The Super Giant Leopard Gecko Gene

Nov 4, 2019
On the Web
by Editor in Chief

On the Web - There has been much debate over a mutation that was first discovered in 1999 out of Ron Tremper’s Tremper Albino project. Is it co-dominant, incomplete dominant, polygenic, recessive, or does this “gene” really exist? In this episode of Strength in Leos Podcast, Kevin Baron of Mutant Geckos talks about his super giant leopard gecko projects. Kevin is a relatively new breeder in the hobby, but this hasn’t kept him from being super knowledgeable about the genus Eublepharis. Enjoy this awesome free-flowing conversation about his experiences with breeding.

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