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Some male swords are quite late developers.:wink2: I'm not surprised that they are myths surrounding the swords saying they change sex which IMO is quite wrong.

I kept swordtails before and males have a tendency to develop very late.
 

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tophat665 said:
So they're not transsexuals, they're metrosexuals. :squint:
:bluelaugh: Define them.:thumbsup: :brow:
Quack Ergo Duck :brow:
Who's he?:question:
 

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crazie.eddie said:
I would still think that it may be an underdeveloped male. I guess a good experiment would be to...
I agree with you, Eddie. I've had swordtails before and males just developed very late.:roll:
On the side note, my friend had a swordtail 4 years ago and her size was almost 20 cm.:blink: I nearly fainted at the sight of such a large swordtail. I'd take her but her size will only make my tank look overcrowded. The swordtail was female.:) Believe me, I visited my friend's home only once. I lost contact of him at this present. All I know is he migrated to US for greener pastures.:)
 
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