Leucistic specimen of Lacerta agilis argus LAURENTI, 1768
In July 2002 in Srnojedy (east of Czech Republic near by Pardubice) was found 22 eggs of Lacerta agilis in sand on building parcel.
Another amphibians and reptiles living in finding area are:
Natrix natrix, Anguis fragilis, Rana dalmatina, Hyla arborea a Bufo bufo.
Eggs was incubated unnaturally in incubator with 28°C temperature. After 30 days was emerged 21 standard colored hatchlings and 1 abnormally white colored hatchling from the eggs. Abnormal hatchling was have homogene creme white body with dark iris. This phase named leucistic. Leucistic hatchling was not ingest food and was die after 14 days. Another standart colored hatchling was die too in captivity before their mature.
Death leucistic hatchling of Lacerta agilis is deposit in Czech national museum of nature.