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Coolest Looking Leo

Discussion in 'Leopard Geckos' started by Seandeezy, Jun 2, 2009.

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  1. Seandeezy

    Seandeezy Elite Member

    I was looking through google images for different colors of African Fat-tailed geckos and this came up! This is probably the coolest looking gecko I've ever seen.

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    I looked over the gecko, and it doesn't really seem like an AFT. It looks more like a leopard gecko because it's more spotty than band-like.
    Am I right? It's a leopard gecko?
     
  2. Dragoness

    Dragoness Elite Member

    You should google the black pearl leos. Very pretty.

    As to whether that's a leo or an AFT, your guess is as good as mine.
     
  3. Seandeezy

    Seandeezy Elite Member

    I just checked out the Black Pearl Leopard Geckos, and they look so cool! :D

    I'm just very confused as to what gecko I found. I searched under AFT and showed that with it labeled AFT. It looks more like a Leopard Gecko though. Maybe somebody else will know. :)

    But the gecko is so awesome looking!
     
  4. TitoAndKatt

    TitoAndKatt Elite Member

    Look at the head structure...there are slight differences.
     
  5. shwknight

    shwknight Elite Member

    So what ARE those "slight" differences?? ;)
     
  6. Seandeezy

    Seandeezy Elite Member

    Well I've come to a conclusion! It's a AFT! :)
    The head is a bit wider and instead of spots all over, it's banded which is a typical AFT trait including the 2 patches of black on the head. :D
     
  7. TitoAndKatt

    TitoAndKatt Elite Member

    Haha I would have had to look at some pics to figure it out and I decided that finishing my hw assignment was more important. I kinda thought it looked more like an AFT, but I didn't want to mislead anyone if I was wrong. I'm glad you figured it out! It is Definitely an awesome looking gecko! Probably costs a fortune! haha
     
  8. shwknight

    shwknight Elite Member

    BAH!!! Pics are more fun than hw:D:p
     
  9. kiraturmc

    kiraturmc Elite Member

    That IS a VERY cool looking gecko, regardless of which species...
     
  10. Seandeezy

    Seandeezy Elite Member

    It's supposedly called a Bandit African Fat-tailed gecko.
    Anyways......I want it. :)
     
  11. Dragoness

    Dragoness Elite Member

    You'll probably need a lot of $$$
     
  12. Merlin

    Merlin Administrator Staff Member Premium Member

    I think that you mean "banded", as opposed to the "striped" AFT.
     
  13. TitoAndKatt

    TitoAndKatt Elite Member

    haha True, but hw is, unfortunately, more important.

    Me too! :)
     
  14. Merlin

    Merlin Administrator Staff Member Premium Member

    Nope your post
     
  15. TitoAndKatt

    TitoAndKatt Elite Member

    I like Bandit better...like Robin Hood... :)
     
  16. Seandeezy

    Seandeezy Elite Member

    So Merlin, is it not a Bandit African Fat-tailed gecko? :eek:
    I investigated and it should be! ;)
     
  17. Merlin

    Merlin Administrator Staff Member Premium Member

    It may be. I am not familiar with the morphs. I just know that frequently people misinterpret the term banded to be bandit. And there are banded morphs and striped morphs.
    The site you saw the picture at should have the proper name.
     
  18. Seandeezy

    Seandeezy Elite Member

    Yeah where I found the picture, they called it a Bandit. :)
    The gecko is also banded & striped as well, but they called it a Bandit African Fat-tailed gecko. :p
     
  19. Antjojo

    Antjojo Active Member

    That is one cool gecko. Where did you find the picture?? I would so looooove one of these. I already have banded and striped aft's :)
     
  20. Seandeezy

    Seandeezy Elite Member

    I found the picture of the gecko on Reptile Forums UK - Care, Pictures, Classifieds & More. They really didn't talk much about the gecko other than it's a Bandit/Oreo African Fat-tailed gecko.
    Whatever it is, I want it. ;) It's probably one of the coolest geckos I've ever seen!
     
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