Blizzard leopard geckos are one of the most recognizable morphs available and have been since their discovery in 1995. They have a pretty diverse range of colors, from albino-white to lighter shades of gray to a dark yellow shine. As they mature, they tend to become darker or lighter based on their genetics.
Their lighter color palate makes them extremely popular among breeders – the recessive trait that all of them share make the blizzard a perfect candidate to create new and stylish morphs. They may not have any discernible patterns but that doesn’t make them any less desirable, they are one of the most sought after morphs on the market.
This is a mutation of leopard gecko that hatches patternless and remains patternless. Their eyes are black to blue black. Blizzards range from mainly white to yellowish to brownish or even a purple color. And more rare are the pale blue black color. The yellow ones are called Banana Blizzards. Dark ones are being offered as Midnight Blizzards. These variations can be line bred and to some degrees also be affected by incubation and cage temperatures.