XTreme Albinos

2017 Breeding Season Update - 2016 was a very good year for this group with quantity, size and variety of color and pattern being very good. We have added several new females to the group for 2016 and hope for some more amazing results. We are always looking to increase size in each of our breeding groups, but in this group, color and pattern is the primary goal. Fortunately size has not been an issue here as this group genetically has produced some of our largest geckos.

This project started durring the 2010 Breeding Program, after one of my breeding pairs of Giant Extreme Emerines produced an amazing random Albino Male. Then another of my pairs produced an equaly nice female. I already had an amazing female i had been trying to reproduce for several seasons with some success.

In 2011 i introduced the 1 male and 2 females i had already to the biggest and best of our Super Giant Sunglows. The results were quite honestly startling, beyond what we could have expected. The pictures and the animals we have produced speak for themsleves. This group were then bred to each other durring 2012. The posted XTreme Albinos were the results.

in 2012 i was sucessful in hatching out an even better group of Hatchlings and I have collected together a solid group of Breeders for the 2013 Program. I have 4 males and a solid 23 females to breed in 2013. Some have already started breeding now.

Introducing the XTreme Albino

I should be able to produce about 250 of these for the 2016 Program. 10 of which we will hold back for the 2017 Program. The balance of these will be sold to collectors and breeders overseas. About half of these will be pre-sold in advance. If interested please contact me at

The background picture is of one of our male breeders, Blaze.

We do have several variations and will show several over the next few months. The primary look is that of a very bright Tangerine Albino bordering on Extreme Emerine bright. With Extreme Emerine like head patterns and displaying large amounts of Lavender on the head, neck and backs. The lavender is bordered and outlined in a darker Burnt Orange color. Tails tend to be very bright white with a nice carrot tail. Eyes are albino with Red Veins typical. Color and look speak for them selves and there is a clear distinct look about them.

They are available in an almost solid Tangerine color,a banded and Jungle Pattern. The banded and Jungles show some very bright whites that are outlined in a bright burnt orange.

Note that XTreme Albinos are not true Tremper Albinos in that they are a combination of Sunglow X Extreme Emerine. They will not breed in the true sense of a Tremper Albino and you will get results in your breeding programs inconsistant with your goal to breed Tremper Albinos. If you want to breed Tremper Albinos with clean pure genetics please visit either our Albinos or Tangerine Albino pages.

Please feel free to make inquiries if you have an interest. We are real excited about this morph.

Update: We currently have many sub-adults and adults available for sale. I will post XTreme Albino leopard geckos available for sale and updates on the Home page. you can also follow us on Twitter, we are Ember Gecko.


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Xtreme Albino - 50% chance of Giant

For Sale
Hatch Date:
Age as of today:
1 years, 3 months, 28 days
Poss Emerine

Un-sexed due to age 

Size: 41 Grams as of 03/02/19. He/she has to weigh 80 grams for male/60 gram for females within the first 12 months of growth to be considered a Giant. Possible Super Giant! 

Color: Bright Tangerine in color similar to that of an Extreme Emerine! Head pattern is also the same as an Extreme Emerine with Darker Burnt Orange markings. Body tends to be white with Tangerine stripes, Jungle patterns and bands, tangerine color is outlined in a darker burnt orange color. XTreme Albino’s tend to express Lavender on the body. Tails are typically white with bright orange. No black as this morph is a true Albino! 

Genetics: 100% Embergecko – Original genetics based on 100% Tremper Bloodlines.. All of our original breeders we used to create this group were acquired from Ron Tremper. This morph is a combo of breeding Extreme Emerines and Sunglows over many years. The breeding group for the most part are all Super Giants and Giants. Super Giant to Giant = 50% Super Giants, and 50% Giants . Note most of our XTreme Albino’s will grow out to Giants and Super Giants assuming they are fed correctly and provided the correct vitamin supplements during the main growth phase of the first 12 to 18 months. 

Breeding: Breed XTreme Albino’s to XTreme Albino’s to produce XTreme Albino’s. Another project would be to breed with Sunglow Raptors to create a super Sunglow Raptor or breed to Extreme Emerines. I would also try breeding to our Raptor Tangerine Hets! 

Special Marks: Bright high contrast color with Extreme Emerine markings on the head. Red Veined Eyes! 

Comments: He/She will make a fine addition to any collection/breeding program you may be working on. Our XTreme Albino’s are fine examples of their Morph type. Rare high value morph. Easily can be the best in your collection!