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A Stripe Leopard Gecko is a Leopard Gecko whose body pattern is striped longitudinally, from head to tail, rather than laterally, from side to side. The stripe begins at the neck ring,often with the neck ring broken, and runs all the way down to the tail. From there, the tail bands are not solid, but broken. The longitudinal stripe may continue the length of the tail as well.


This is an example of a Mack Snow Stripe (Rekowski).
This is a Stripe Bell Albino (Rekowski).

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