06-05-2007, 08:24 PM
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Originally Posted by fish_4_all
I would not be surprised if the one that is being chased off is a male and not a female. Don't think I am picking on you becase I have made the same mistake with my swords even after they were 6 month old or older. The anal fin wasn't a point and there was no sword forming so I figured cool, new female for breeding. 6 weeks later the anal fin comes to a point and the sword starts to come out. I would watch the bullied one to see if you see any signs that it might actually be a male after all.
If it is a female for certain then I have no clue why the male would chase her off. My male swords have never chased off females, only other males.
There are two females and I can tell the difference.