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    She was showing some interesting patterning this evening...may be a he after all Who knows?!?! LOL.







    Lemme know what you guys think...most of the time she looks like this:



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    looks like it is a male to me, the patterning and the back Bumps are the main clues. females are very subdued in coloration, while males tend to be very colorful. also on the back, females have less bumps than males, although its not an exact number after seeing many differant pygmy chams it is easy to notice. he is nice looking though, good luck with him. i love pygmy chams..

    corey

    edited- females tails tend to be shorter than males, so thats another way of telling. the reason is that the males tails need to cope with the hemipenes.

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    Nice Pygmy
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    So very cute! I wish I had the nerve to try them but I can only handle a few itty bitty creatures at a time. Maybe once I get a handle on these Williamsi and the Satanics. Very nice pics by the way!
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    hi ,i breed them. as the others said, this is a male color pattern, also the females have shorter tails (yep, even shorter than that). its a boy.

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