THE URBAN GECKO

killer bee

The Killer Bee was created by crossing a Bumble Bee into a Pastel and the results were nothing short of amazing. Its spider web pattern is faded out with a purplish tone as a hatchling but as the morph matures this color develops into more of a lavender/grey hue. This stunning pattern and the beautiful yellow background coloration are the perfect complement to one another and give the animal a spectacular look. Aside from the appearance of this amazing morph is the potential it offers as a breeding project. When bred to a Normal each egg has a 50% chance of hatching as either a Bumble Bee or Pastel. The combination opportunities are for the Killer Bee are both exciting and endless and make it a must have morph.

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