First Produced By: Ron Tremper
Aliases: Tremper Albino, Albino Tremper
First Produced In: 1996
Last Updated: 2021-12-07
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Tremper Albinos, also known as Texas Strain Albinos, were the first of the three strains of Albinos to be discovered in 1996 by Ron Tremper. Tremper Albinos can range in colors from dark browns to light yellows, oranges, and pinks. The Tremper Albino eyes tend to be a silver color with red veins.
Since Tremper Albinos were the first strain of leopard gecko Albinos to be discovered, they are very common and usually the first strain to be worked with when crossing into other morphs. For example, Ron Tremper has developed the R.A.P.T.O.R. with the Tremper strain. He has now made the Diablo Blancos and is working on Super R.A.P.T.O.R.s (Super Snow RAPTORs). 
In September 1996, I received a phone call that changed the leopard gecko industry forever. Two clients of mine reported that they had hatched an albino leopard gecko (Eublepharis macularius) from a wild-imported female. I requested a photo. Sure enough, it was an albino leopard gecko. I was amazed and excited.
It turned out that the albino leopard gecko was female, Rosie, and her sibling was a normal-looking male leopard gecko. I kept in touch with the owners of this rare gem for a year and helped them with breeding ideas, genetics and a marketing plan.
Bubba the leopard gecko fathered Ron Tremper’s line of albinos. Tremper achieved success with this breeding project in April 1999. Ron Tremper - 2011 - REPTILES magazine 
As adults they have silver eyes with red veins.
Tremper Albinos can range in colors from dark browns to light yellows, oranges, and pinks. 
The tail follows the same colouration as the rest of the body.
No known proven lines
No known related traits.