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Posted by Pennebaker on October 10, 2002 at 09:25:50:
In Reply to: Re: Do I have a male and female? posted by poisonfrog420 on October 07, 2002 at 12:34:12:
I dont know of anyone that works with frilleds in that area. But even most people that work with frilleds have a hard time sexing young ones. I've found people starting to sell them as sexed at about 9 months old. By then, you can really start to see a difference in head and frill size.
Also, a lot of shows do not allow the public to bring in animals, so make sure you check that before hand. Also keep in mind that it can be a stressful experience for your guys.
:I have been told to take them to a reptile show and find someone who works with frilleds sex them. How old do they need to be? I relize that being only about 4 months old they are still too young, but can they be sexed at a year, two years? Also, does any one that deals with frilleds go to any of the shows in Kansas City or St. Louis? Those would be the closets to me (and ST. Louis is a 6 hour drive).