Type: Incomplete Dominant
Issues: Sex Linked
First Produced In: Unknown
Last Updated: 2021-12-03
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The Mack Snows came from John and Amy Mack from Reptiles by Mack. They came across some hatchlings which looked like “Snow” hatchlings rather than normal hatchlings. The following season, John and Amy bred the hatchlings back to each other. In the breeding, they produced Super Snows, Mack Snows, and Normals. 
Another key feature of Mack Snows that while all the other Leopard Gecko morphs are temperature sexed, Mack Snow Leopard Geckos have not been proven to be consistently temperature sexed. Normally, temperature sexing works in the following way: 80¬∞F - 83¬∞F majority females will be produced, 84¬∞F - 86¬∞F, an even mix of males and females will be produced, and 87¬∞F - 89¬∞F majority males will be produced. 
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The head follows the same colouration as the rest of the body.
As babies they emerge from the egg having white bands in place of the typical yellow bands. The adults display a decreased amount of yellow pigment and their background coloration would be best described as a pastel yellow hue. 
The belly follows the same colouration as the rest of the body.
The tail follows the same colouration as the rest of the body.
No known proven lines
Many people have wondered if a TUG Snow is bred to a Mack Snow if Super Snows would be produced. A few breeders have in fact created Super Snows from breeding a TUG Snow to a Mack Snow.