Sexing Nephrurus levis pilbarensis & Nephrurus Levis Asper

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Ok the just need some help sexing as these are my first and I have looked at a lot of sexing pics and just need my guesses confirmed. All your help is muchly appricated.


Gecko 1 (5 months old)
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Gecko 2 (5 months old)
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Gecko 3 (6 months)
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Gecko 4 (5 months)
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Gecko 1 Male Gecko 2 Female Gecko 3 Male Gecko 4 Female

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#1 hard to tell cos of angle s/he is holding his/her tail, but I am going to say female>?
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Hmm I guessed that 1 & 2 were actually both female and 3 male and 4 female. Any one else like to confirm above comments?

Here is another one of Gecko 1 (hopefully better angle)
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Gecko 1 Male, Gecko 2 Female, Gecko 2 Male, Gecko 4 Female.
Oddly Gecko 1 is a hard call. At 5 months of age it should be clear but this could nearly go either way. Is the area flat or a slight bulge? I have seen females very similar to this and more rarely males (young). Now i'm just being confusing.. "I used to be indecisive, but now I'm not so sure".
Nope... I'm calling it a male. :) 85% sure.
 

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Cheers guys thanks

James: it looks to be a slight bluge but I thought would be more pronouced. Gecko 1 & 2 are a clutch pair and 1 has always been bigger than 2 but 2 isnt eating as much as 1 either so this could be why.
 
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