Lygodactylus conraui sexing

This is is my first year properly working with Lygodactylus conraui. I am getting a lot of questions about when I will be able to determine sex. I cannot find anything online about when you can tell the sex.

Does anyone here have experience with them and when the sex can be determined?

Thanks for help.

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As far as I know, I think the only way to really say is by waiting for the color change. I don’t know if hemipene bulge is noticable before that or at all in that particular species. But the yellowing head and blue back would be the easy way to sex the males from the duller females.

That’s great thank you!

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