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    Here is an update the first one we guessed on,
    "she" is pushing 10 grams now.

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    This is helpful. Thanks,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Talkenlate04 View Post
    So an update on the gecko I was testing this out on in post #4.
    She (hopefully) is now around 8 grams and still looking female. You can see the over all color has lightened up, but you can still see the spots and pattern in pretty much the same places as the baby picture.
    This was her then,


    This is her now,


    Here is a baby at 3.2 grams showing pores just to show what they look like that small. So far so good only time will tell now! I have several others set aside that I marked as well.
    I know this I an old thread, but I am confused. So, in the first pic, I thought female, and second pic looks male because the scales are overlapping more than interlocking. And in the last pic, though it is a different gecko, the scales are interlocking and have pores??? Any help? What is that little one now? Male or female?
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