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    I was never told the gender of my geckos when I received them so I assumed that they were all females since they were housed together. I am very confused about which is which gender so if you figure it out please let me know.
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    The first one is a definite male, the second appears to be female, and the third is a female.

    If they're in the same enclosure currently, I would remove that male ASAP unless you want them to breed.
    Keep an eye on the females if they're together, as of cohabing leos can be risky.
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    Thank you for the reply. It is very helpful however it seems to be to late to stop them from breeding bc one of the females laid a clutch of eggs a month ago but she has not laid any more but the eggs don’t seem fertile so is she egg bound or what? And I did see which female the male was mating with but I am concerned she is egg bound and my parents won’t let me take her to the herp doc but just yesterday she acted a lot better than she has been. She was not eating at all or pooping but then she pooped and ate all of her food and the others food as well so does that mean she could be done and the eggs aren’t fertile?

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    P.S. the reason I thought those were the gender you said but I wanted to make sure bc now I will most likely have to get rid of the male.

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