I've attached a photo with both leopard geckos. The leopard gecko on the left is V, and I thought it was a she for quite some time, but I'm starting to think it's a he. He/She is 10 months old, and got him/her as a baby back in July 2009. The leopard gecko on the right is Meat-Hook, and I've had him/her since December 2009, but he/she was already pretty big when I him/her, and thought that he/she might already be 5-6 months old when purchased. I was told online, that during the first year, and possibly 2nd year of a juvenile's puberty, even female leopard geckos have a bulge near their vent, as their tails are still very small and not fat at all. Can someone please respond to this as well to confirm?
V just recently shed last night, so not sure if her/his pores normally look like that after shedding usually.
Please help, I thought V was female, but now might be male, and I thought Meat-Hook was male...but is now looking to be female. Anyone that can help with expert advice is greatly appreciated!
Also, if both happen to be males though, it is completely impossible to house both geckos in the same tank, correct?
(Full size image ---> http://img28.imageshack.us/img28/112/leopardgeckos.png & http://img28.imageshack.us/i/leopardgeckos.png/ just in case the first link doesn't work)