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    His toes have been this dark color for a while now - probably like a year or longer - and I didn't think too much of it because I hadn't seen any stuck shed. After looking it up, though, I'm worried. I would think I would have seen if all his toes had stuck shed, as I'm usually very aware of when he has recently shed and keep an eye on them. The one time he had stuck shed it was very obvious, and I took care of it. But why would his toes be black/purple? Is it normal? I took this picture right after soaking him and rubbing his feet. The white spots on his back toe don't actually seem to be stuck shed, and nothing came off any of his other toes, so I'm unsure if I'm overthinking this or not.

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    The toes are pretty small in the picture. I does look like one toe, on the left front foot, may have a slight problem. It could always be a little scab from where the gecko itself made a scratch when removing shed. In general, things look OK to me and I wouldn't worry about it if you haven't been able to find any stuck shed.

    Aliza

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