|southamericancichlidguy23 ||10-23-2009 11:40 PM |
i think my new oscar is a female yay
so i have a 6 inch oscar just got a 1 inchs oscar and they are so close after just 5 hours its amazing always together ones normal oscar other is long fin tiger as u can see in my picture next to this message
|AquariaNow ||10-26-2009 07:46 PM |
How is your tank coming along now? I'm surprised that the much smaller Oscar introduced into the larger Oscar's territory is not being picked on.
I don't believe sexing of Oscars is possible by looking at them. Hopefully you have yourself a female though! Are you hoping to breed them?
|MoneyMitch ||10-26-2009 07:59 PM |
you can "roughly sex" any fish some by marking and some by fin shape. unless you vent your fish you cant be 100% sure. (but i do not recommend this)
|southamericancichlidguy23 ||10-26-2009 09:13 PM |
no the big oscar is protecting him every second of the day little one doesnt get hurt at all plus the firemouth is to busy making the pleco life miserable and bothering my beautiful jd
|southamericancichlidguy23 ||10-26-2009 09:26 PM |
|southamericancichlidguy23 ||10-26-2009 10:12 PM |
aww my firemouth just went to attack my big oscar and he shielded the little oscar with his body while he smacked around the firemouth
|southamericancichlidguy23 ||10-28-2009 06:13 PM |
if to oscars are really close 247 does that mean there is a good chance they are male and female
|MoneyMitch ||10-28-2009 10:58 PM |
dunno, if your really looking into breeding them and finding out what behaviors mean what (dont mean to sound like a @@@ here but do a google search on tiger oscar breeding behaviors, it will come up with lots and lots of info for you. or you could always go to the library and see if they have any fish books.
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