Up until a few weeks ago, I thought my 6 year old Ig was female. That was until I found that she (?) had some extrusions of her femoral pores on one leg. The extrusions look much like what is typical in males, but she doesn't have all the physical characteristics of males (or the breeding season orange yet).
I'm wondering can the females have extruding pores too?
I'm wondering can the females have extruding pores too?

Yes, they can. I've seen pics on the internet of a female during breeding season who had larger pores than a non-breeding season male. Of course, they were much smaller than those of a male in breeding season
I'm wondering can the females have extruding pores too?

Yes, they can. I've seen pics on the internet of a female during breeding season who had larger pores than a non-breeding season male. Of course,they were much smaller than those of a male in breeding season

I often find you need one of each at full adult age to sex them by looks, seen a few females that look quite male and vice versa.

My female has small pores.
BTW im wondering if 2 budgies would be ok if i put them in the Iguana room. must be better for them tht a cage but im just wondering about disease and if the birds were on the ground or within reach of the Igs.
BTW im wondering if 2 budgies would be ok if i put them in the Iguanaroom. must be better for them tht a cage but im just wondering about disease and if the birds were on the ground or within reach of the Igs.

Budgies are very flighty parakeets and are unlikely to come down to the ground. When mine are out they spend most of their time sitting on the pictures hanging on the wall.
If they do go near the igs they're likely to stay at a safe distance and will fly to safety at the first hint of trouble
Can you think of any diseases or mites they can pass on?