08-09-2010, 06:56 AM
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Originally Posted by Oldman47
The simple reasomnthat the "sex change" cannot be reverted is simple TankMaster. No sex change has happened. A young fish has started to show their true sex and that has confused the fish keeper, not the fish. As I already said in an earlier post in this thread, the sex of the common livebearers we keep is determined by the chromosomes of the fish, not some simple thing like tank water chemistry as happens with some cichlids. They can't turn back because they never turned in the first place. They merely allowed us to see their gender.
Transformation did indeed take place because my mollies where 2.5" already.