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    Hello,

    So we just recently bought a new crested (Chimichanga aka Chimmi). He/She is around 13-15 grams about 5 inches long including tail. We recently read that aside from pours the spacing of the scales can give some insight to the sex. As Chimmi sports no pours that we can see and has evenly spaced scales we are leaning toward Female.

    We are both a little new to the sexing scene so we need some second opinions. We would be grateful if anyone could let us know their opinions.

    Thank you!

    -TacoBurrito

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    I might see prose. I'm new too, but think there might be pores.

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    I also think I see pores.
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    I think it may be due to the corner of glass but I can't tell
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    Yeah I think I see a suspect row of pores. It's hard to tell due to the angle the gecko is hanging onto the glass.
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    Yeah I see a couple rows of pores
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    Could someone draw dots on where the pores are on to the picture because we can't see them.

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    This is what looks suspect to me.
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    I see there and a few around the middle too
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