bantamweight1911 wrote:I dont really mind which they are, but I owuld like to know what the females are lol,,, so what I may do, is let the females put on some size, then put them all together in a large tank, and then let the females choose which are their males
Lisachromis wrote:And what if the females are a totally different (but related) species? They may choose a male that's available rather than the correct one for them.
Re: Dwarf Pictures
by Lab on Mon Sep 10, 2007 5:53 pm
And what if the females are a totally different (but related) species? They may choose a male that's available rather than the correct one for them.
It is possible to tell the females apart between these 2 species. Females of gephyra in threat display will show the lateral band in its full length while on females of agassizii the band will be reduced more or less to a lateral spot.
bantamweight1911 wrote:Grab bag??
Some of the pictures are old. some of the pictures are from an import I made recently.
Unfortunately we dont have fish like these in England
The Candidi actually came from 2 sources, as 1 only had males. So I have had the males longer.
I only tried to pay you a compliment but I guess if you don't have these fish none is deserved.
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