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    I already tried looking through the Leopard Gecko form to search about Leopard Gecko Ovulation but I didn't quiet get what I was looking for.
    I know how to see the little geckos in their bellies, but how do I know if my Leopard Gecko is ovulating? I online somewhere that the little egg-looking things by there uterus is them ovulation and the egg-looking things up in there stomach is the little eggs. Is that true? Or is there a different method to knowing if a leopard gecko is ovulation?

    Thanks for your time and help!

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    Here is a picture to make it easier for you.

    Breeding - Lacey's Leos
    Currently keeping:

    Eublepharis gecko 2.1.0~Hemitheconyx gecko 1.0.0~Gekko gecko 1.0.0~Pogana Vitticeps 1.0.0~Varanus exanthematicus 1.1.0~Varanus acanthurus 1.0.0~Blue Tongue Skink 1.0.0~Red-eared slider 1.0.0

    Reptiles I have rehabilitated, rehomed or kept.
    All above species plus:


    Phelsuma Grandis~Rhacodactylus ciliatus~Paroedura~Rhacodactylus auriculatus ~Hemidactylus frenatus~Iguana~Turtles ~Snakes and too many more to name!

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    That helped, I now know that I have one gecko that is gravid. Thanks!
    The Family
    - 2.6.3 Leopard Geckos
    - 1.1.2 Crested Geckos
    - 2..0 Chinese Cave Geckos
    - 0.1.0 Nephrurus milii Knobtail
    - 1.0.0 Lacerta Lepida

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