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The Bell Albino (also less commonly called the Florida Albino) is the newest of the three Leopard Gecko Albino Strains and was discovered by Mark Bell. The eyes of the Bell Albinos is the easiest way to tell them apart from the other two strains. Their eyes are a light pink color. Th body tends to have brown spots. Bell Albinos can also express a lavender color on their bodies.
Currently many breeders are working with Bell Albinos. Kelli Hammack from Hiss has developed many different Bell crosses. One of the most unique crosses she has is a Bell Enigma. The Bell Enigma is an Enigma with solid red eyes. She also has many beautiful Bell Snows, Super Snow Bells, Striped Bells, and Bell Hybinos.
This is a Bell Hybino (Locke).
This is another shot of a Bell Hybino (Locke).
This is a Tangerine Bell Albino (Love Geckos).
This is a Stripe Bell Albino (Rekowski).
This is a Stripe Bell Albino (Gougeon).
This is a Stripe Bell Albino (McGuiness).
White and Yellow Bell Albino compared to a Bell Albino. The Bell Albino is lighter (Baronak).
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