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Old 12-12-2019, 01:38 AM
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Default ID Crestie Gender?

My crestie is 7-1/2 months old and 7.5 grams, so I know it is a little early to try and determine gender, but are there any experienced keepers out there that might be able to take a shot at it?

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Old 12-12-2019, 04:27 PM
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A bit early to tell. There will be a bulge if it is a male when it gets older and larger. Just wait a few months.
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Old 12-12-2019, 07:14 PM
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A bit early to tell. There will be a bulge if it is a male when it gets older and larger. Just wait a few months.
Thanks. On a related note, would you say it is abnormally small for its age? I got it at 5-1/2 months at around 6g, now at 7-1/2 months its only 7.3g despite my best efforts to get it to eat more.
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My dad knows about day geckos but by looking at it he thinks that it might be a male. The males tend to be smaller than the females.
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Default Re: ID Crestie Gender?

My gecko is now up to 15g (nearing 10 monts old), and I'm hoping its big enough to identify the gender. This is my first reptile, any of you more experienced keepers able to tell me what gender you think it is, and your confidence level?

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My gecko is now up to 15g (nearing 10 monts old), and I'm hoping its big enough to identify the gender. This is my first reptile, any of you more experienced keepers able to tell me what gender you think it is, and your confidence level?

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Looking female. They tend to have round smoother scales and no pores in the vent area. Males tend to have larger overlapping scales and a pore line.
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