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    I have been on this forum so many times without an account just browsing and stumbling upon it while looking up questions I had, but I finally decided to create one, so hello to everyone.
    I have a total of 7 geckos, 5 leopard geckos and 2 crested geckos.
    Most of my geckos are females, I only have one male leo, and I still don't know the sex of my baby crested gecko.
    I am a huge animal lover of all kinds, including the reptiles, aquatics, rodents, and pretty much every mammal.
    I have done extensive research and know most of my stuff, but I would be glad to learn anything more from here, and am glad to meet everyone!
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    Welcome to Geckos Unlimited, MarbleCat! It's good to have you on board.

    • Sexing crested geckos may be possible at 10 grams. It's much easier at 20 grams. To see their vents and potential male pores and hemipenal bulges gently press their bodies up against the side of the glass or plastic enclosure. They'll squirm if you try to turn them over.
    • Here's a male.
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    • Click: Sexing Crested Geckos
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    "If you can hear crickets, it's still summer." ;)

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    Follow you home"

    Click: Leo Care Sheet's Table of Contents

    ===> No plain calcium, calcium with D3, or multivitamins inside a vivarium <===

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