Jungle and Aberrant

Jungle/Aberrant patterned leopard geckos have a pattern that is different from the 'wild type' banded markings. Jungles have broken body and tail markings, and occasionally have 'circle back' patterns where the first body band is broken with a hollow circle of color showing through. The Jungle was first found by Ron Tremper in 1991.

Jungles have been line bred for many years and some have established distinct bloodlines such as the 'funky jungles' that exhibit very unusual body markings, speckles, and high contrast coloration. Although the jungle pattern may appear to be recessive, it is indeed a line bred trait.