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RE: SEXING PLATED's

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Posted by: Spawn at Sat Jun 26 00:34:32 2004  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Spawn ]  
   

Hello:
The males will have a row of enlarged scales on the undersides of the back legs. These are called femoral pores. The females will have a line along the same area but the scales are not well pronounced. In some species the male has more color around the head/neck region. If your two are opposites you will see the difference right away.
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