Named after the isle of Nuu Ami.
No history yet.
Their eyes are usually gray with a reticulated iris. 
Giant geckos from Nuu Ami can be quite variable as well as colorful. Base colors are greenish-brown mottling, with patterns that can range from small white to large fuzzy-pink blotches. Quite a few of these are seen with a “W” shape along the mid dorsal area.
Some of these animals have the potential to display a “snowflake” pattern. With age these geckos develop yellow spotting and some even develop red blotches. 
Nuu Ami based colors are typically greenish brown with their patterning ranging from very small white blotches to very large white blotches sometimes called “snow flaking”.
Their patterning sometimes also exhibits pinks or peach colors.
This is also a larger island locale similar in size to Pine Isle.
Some can be defined by a “W” pattern seen on their backs.
With age these geckos developed yellow spotting like. 
No known proven lines
No known related traits