Black Night Leopard Gecko Morph 101

Black Night Leopard Gecko Morph 101

Black night leopard geckos are some of the most sought after and one of the rarest morphs in captivity of all leopard geckos. A completely black leopard gecko is melanistic.

Sometimes they come in solid black color but are very rare. Most of them can be spotted or had some patterns in their body.

The black nights are easy to care for and happy to be held. This leopard gecko has long been a popular family pet that is considered suitable for family members of all ages. They do require that owners offer them favorable conditions and that you look after them, but they are easier to care for than most other lizards.

The Black Night Leopard Gecko is also one of a host of leopard gecko morphs, most of which are popular eras pets because they are considered low maintenance and easy to care for. With that said, you do still need to meet the specific requirements of this lizard to ensure that it is happy and healthy.

This species of lizard is inquisitive and likes to explore, including human hands and arms. They will usually gladly sit on your arm and will rarely bite, but you should never pick them up by the tail. Start with short handling sessions, and extend them as your gecko becomes comfortable with the current session length.

Black Night Leopard Geckos are also one of our best seller geckos here in Geckopia. We work with one of the pure and solid black nights in the US so our price is very reasonable.

There are many aspiring pet owners of Black Night who always wonder if there's going to be a price decrease for this bestseller gecko morph. But just so everyone knows, producing a solid black color leopard gecko is extremely hard and will never be easy. Breeders can't even mass-produce this kind of morph, especially those with solid dark color. So if you are one of those who are waiting for a price drop, I believe it won't happen for a very long time.

Time is money, don’t miss the opportunity when it’s available. Get’em and enjoy it because I was thinking same, and I never regret it until today. When you have them, you can pretty much say you own all the leopard gecko morphs.