abarilot wrote:I would say your second photo is a male but it is kind of hard to tell due to the lighting. From what I've been told females are more drab and a bit yellower. I have three males and their colors really standout!
abarilot wrote:Sorry I cant post a pic cuz you have to have your photos on a public server. If you are going to to try and breed your Nortes, try to ID your Norte to a specific location, this site will help http://aqvaterra.com/cichlids_other_fishes.php My Nortes are G. sp. "Sequiera", but your could be different.
RayQ wrote:Norte is the variation of the ex Meridonalis that covers a great deal of the northern part of Uruguay, I'm sure that Felipe will come on and correct me, I was not at my best for the beginning of my trip in March, the part when we were in the north. Besides, I was too excited about Pikes to pay attention to the Gymnos at that point
It is coming from the larger north area. But how anybody can oversee Gymnogeophagus because of any pike is beyond me
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