Crested Geckos first caught our eye back in 2010. We were amazed at the sheer variety shown in a species that everyone thought was extinct only 16 years prior. They were black and yellow and red; they had spots and stripes; and they had eyelashes! We decided to purchase 2 pairs, Mr. Banana & Mommy and Alpha & Peaches. The first few babies popped out and… well they sort of looked like their parents. It took a while to realize how much variation could come from a single breeding pair. We purchased 2 more pairs, Gilgamesh & Cleopatra and Peridot & Nori.
Six years later our collection has grown considerably. It still feels like Christmas every time we get a new hatchling; never knowing exactly what’s going to come out of that egg. Some of our first hatchlings are breeders now, making babies that look completely different than their grandparents. With selective breeding and a bit of luck their potential seems limitless. Who knows what a Crested Gecko will look like 10 years from now.
Whenever we post a High-Contrast Pinstripe or Harlequin, it pretty much sells instantly. Nothing screams look at me as much as black & white Crested Gecko. This morph is simply put, magnetic!
Stripes, stripes and more stripes. Gilgamesh is at the head of this project. We still can't believe someone actually sold him. His laterals are unbroken and span from the front legs to the back legs on both sides. He is currently paired up with some very gorgeous females.
In this breeding project, we have paired up some of the nicest Extreme Harlequins in the business. Some of the offspring we have produced over the last couple of years have turned out to be spectacular!
There aren't many breeders in the industry that are producing pink Crested Geckos. If you have gotten your hands one one of these beatiful geckos, consider yourself extremely lucky. We are currently on our 2nd generation with this project. Blush and her sisters are producing perfect clones of themselves.
There are very few great Super Dalmatian projects out there, basically, they can all be counted on one hand. Like us, you probably know who's producing them. Luckily, we've been able to snag up a few of their offspring to produce some for ourselves, and you of course.
Red Crested Geckos have always been popular. Our goal with this project is to produces them as bright as possible. They are great for pairing up with any other morph so to pass their color on to either pinstripes, harlequins or dalmations