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Old 01-05-2011, 03:36 AM   #1
 
angelfish sex help

Hi I am new user in this forum and I want a very urgent help

I want to know how to identify angelfish sex
And I realy want to know because I am searching it from 5 months
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Old 01-05-2011, 04:04 AM   #2
 
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Hi I am new user in this forum and I want a very urgent help

I want to know how to identify angelfish sex
And I realy want to know because I am searching it from 5 months
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Is no clear way to detrmine the sex of Angelfish unless,,you happen to purchase a known breeding pair or,,happen to observe a pair laying ,and tending eggs at which time the males sexual organ will appear a bit more pointy and a bit longer than the female's which is shorter and more blunt shaped.
Have heard a FEW who claim to be able to tell by observing the fishes for a while but I would not trust their opinions were it me.
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