01-03-2013, 06:56 PM
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Originally Posted by blackwaterguy
According to Seriously Fish:
"This species is very easy to sex but often only males are traded. Females are smaller, have duller patterning (they do not possess any red or blue colouration on the flanks) and a noticeably shorter, rounder-looking body profile then males. Males also develop extended pelvic fins as they mature."
Looking at the pics there it seems like even subordinate males have the red and blue coloring.
Ok going to show my stupidity here
When it says " on the flank" does that mean the side of the fish???? From the pic there and what I seen at the store they look
like females but will have to go back and look closer...