07-31-2013, 12:21 AM
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Originally Posted by Agent13
Thanks guys! I now need to figure out since it is no longer shy whether I have a femae or male(not that it matters).
Jaysee. These vids are just as bad as my others lol
Sanguinefox, I know that is the norm what you are talking about but I did spend my workday researching this and it is something that can last a long time even into adulthood in water with high oxygen. But maybe a stress free relaxed thing too. It is now obviously as you can see not shy or stressed at all. I love my little Beeeeasch <3
You won't be able to tell that till the darling gets older and quite a bit bigger. It may seem one way or another but the anal fin doesn't reach the final thickness till about a foot or more.
Makes me wonder if that little type is captive bred. There seems to be a difference in the temperament of wild versus caught with these darlings.
Last edited by Olympia; 07-31-2013 at 12:40 PM..
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