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    Congratulations! They look like two females for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sporonicle View Post
    Congrats! Hope that they're female!
    Thank you

    Quote Originally Posted by Luperosaurus View Post
    Congratulations! They look like two females for me.
    Thanks Yuri, if the says so, then they must be
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    Fortunately I'm not a king, fortunately I'm an eternal pupil
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    Quote Originally Posted by Luperosaurus View Post
    Fortunately I'm not a king, fortunately I'm an eternal pupil
    You are right Yuri we are all learning about the geckos all the time, which of course is a good thing
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    how can u guys tell they are female?

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    Quote Originally Posted by norea View Post
    how can u guys tell they are female?
    Sorry, it's a secret!

    Seriously it's very simple...stripe vs. no stripe
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    well ethan... stay tuned for a new thread here soon!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riverside Reptiles View Post
    Sorry, it's a secret!

    Seriously it's very simple...stripe vs. no stripe
    Hope its correct Ethan, I will let you all know later if they are definitely female
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    Striped female


    The male with incomplete strip
    Last edited by Luperosaurus; 12-09-2011 at 05:43 PM.
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    I would like press button "Super Cute" or "Ultra Cute", but sorry i dint find them.
    I have one question - its have to be expensive animals isn't it? I am very wondered if they cost same as A.felinus...

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