Bas Pels wrote:I think it is a she - never seen a male mota with this much red on its cheek (right word? Looks odd)
BIG_CICHLID wrote:Gonna be a great fish! Good specimen considering the size!
Bas Pels wrote:Time will tell
One of my femeles used to have spotted fins - but the spots did disappear around 10 cm. She is now nicely, brightly orange.
Bas Pels wrote:Thats right
The strange thing is, I can't remember voluntaring any sexing in between
aquaticwonders wrote:Definitely a male IMO.
I have a pair of RTM's and the male has some orange/red markings on its cheaks.
Nice fish BTW!
Thanks, male IMO too.
Wayne post pictures of yours if you have chance.
BTW, what diet/schedule you keep them on?
JuanD15 wrote:oh wow Alex seems like you have done a lot to your tanks since last time we talk, that guy looks amazing, what did you let go on the 210g?
by the way i need to ask you something important about my JD. "is not that important"
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