Red Stripe

First Produced By: High Quality Reptiles

Aliases: Red Racing Stripe

Issues: N/A

First Produced In: Unknown

Availability: Higher

Last Updated: 2022-02-07

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The Red Stripe trait is a line bred trait which results in a gecko with an orange or yellow body with two red colored stripes outlining a dorsal stripe. The Red Stripe morph can vary from geckos with intense outlines to some with less of an outline.

When hatching Red Stripes, they tend to have a brown color where the stripes will be coming in. It takes approximately 6 months for the stripes to fully come in. [1]

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The head is unaffected by this trait


Red Stripe Leopard Geckos display a yellowish-orange body colouration with red coloured stripes down either side of the dorsal.

Red Stripes are known for rich, bold, deep orange stripes that run the length of the body with a minimum amount of black coloration on the reptile. [2]


The belly is unaffected by this trait


The tail is unaffected by this trait

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