- - Sexing GBRs?
|GwenInNM ||05-20-2012 09:20 PM |
With the pictures, it's hard to tell. I think the top pic is a female. I can't tell for sure if the bottom pic is a male. Hopefully, when they get more comfortable they'll show more color. The black spot in the male has no color coming through it, and in the female black will be somewhat translucent and have blue "under" it. I could always tell me male and female apart. But I can't think now, of other differences. In the profiles, I think it gives some helpful details.
|Jwest ||05-22-2012 02:43 PM |
Look for a pink belly on the female. If they're young it will be hard to distinguish them.
|lorax84 ||05-23-2012 04:58 PM |
Going of nothing other than the caudal fin shape I would say the top is female and the bottom is male. I would still watch their behavior. If the bottom one is male he will make it known through his behavior.
|Tazman ||05-24-2012 06:35 AM |
They are a little young to tell for sure.
|Byron ||05-24-2012 11:17 AM |
Yes. Observe the way they interact, once they are settled. The fish knows what it is and they will act accordingly toward each other.;-)
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