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    I can't tell but I am thinking female? Pet store said male- and about 3 months old. No idea what he weighs as I don't have a scale that measures in grams. Too soon to tell maybe?

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  • #2
    I think I can see pores. So I'm thinking male

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    • #3
      thanks I couldn't tell but now that I looked in my computer, i think I can see pores too. Couldn't see it on my phone where I took the photo

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      • #4
        The gecko is too young to tell what gender it is so you will have to wait 5-6 months to really tell.

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        • #5
          +1 I bought a "female" from a breeder who assured me they knew what they were doing. Guess who dropped his package a couple of months later?

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          • #6
            You can sex crested geckos fairly early on if you have a jeweler's loupe or something like it. Typically after a couple months you can noticeably see pores in males. I've never had an issue sexing geckos this way. I ordered a probable female from a breeder once and use my loupe to determine it was a male pretty early on. I thought maybe I was just seeing things and a few months later it was pretty obvious she was a he. So I know this method works, I can't really say for sure that the OP's gecko is a male, but I can say it seems to have pores, but I can't say 100% without looking at it in person

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            • #7
              Looks male and I think you have some stuck shed on the feet pads.
              5.6.1 Crested geckos
              1.1.0 leos
              1.0.0 Gargoyle

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