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    Hello, I have a question about sexing Strophurus williamsi. I found info that:

    Males can easily be distinguished from the females by their obvious hemipenal pockets. Another sex indicator of the males is the presence of well-developed preanal pores.
    So at what age especially preanal pores start to be visible ?

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    At around 6 months you will begin to see the forming of hemipenal bulges on males.

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    Hi!
    You can start seeing pores at about 2 months of age.
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