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    Hello all!
    Super new to the world of Geckos. We purchased “Bugzie” from
    our local Petco last night. He/she was the biggest in the tank, and they said it had been there the longest (possibly because most people want brighter colors and younger age). Approx age is 4-6 months. Unsure of sex, but posting pics to see if anyone can help?? I’m thinking female..... but certainly no expert. THANK YOU, for any comments or info you might have on our new baby!! We love him/her already!❤️

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    Welcome to you and Bugzie! What a pretty leo!

    I think you have a girl! If you can tell Bugzie's gender, she's at least 6 months old.

    Sexing Leopard Geckos -- Leopard geckos become sexable at about 6 months old. Males can be distinguished from females by a distinct /\-shaped row of pores above the vent and by two hemipenal bulges below the vent. To see their vents, potential male pores, and hemipenal bulges gently press their bodies up against the glass. They'll squirm if you try to turn them over.
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