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  1. Acquired an albino oscar from a friend a good 12months or so ago as it was a problem in his community eating its tank mates, was meant too be a feeder fish when i got it home but the misses simply wouldn't allow it so he/she has been allowed to grow too a half decent considerable size with my RTGG , As of lately the oscar seems to quite enjoy excavating large pits around the tank and then spending a fair bit of time floating about just above the pit. Haven't kept oscars since i was 11 years old, have little too no experience sexing them other than the other one has the tail fin abit longer and the other sex is more rounded.... Which gender of oscar likes too dig the holes, or is it just a behaviour that oscars do for some enrichment ? I remember as a child my pair of oscars did this behaviour but meant they were about too spawn, this oscar has never had another oscar friend, and the RTGG isn't interested in playing nicely with it either lol.
  2. .Greetings! Please Help. I need to know the gender of my Flower Horn Thank you very much Donn
  3. Hi guys, I recently purchased two kribensis cichlids and I've read up on how to tell their gender but I am still finding it difficult.. I think I have one normal kribensis and one 'Red' krib? Please help me, pictures below.
  4. Can anyone ID my Angels gender/sex from this picture? No the angels don't live in the bag. That seems to be the only clear picture I have of my angels.
  5. i just bought some f1 kigoma 7bars frontosa that are 7 months old and about 7-9cm and was wanting to know how to tell what gender they are so i could trade some to introduce different blood lines. cheers timothy
  6. Hey all, Had a heap of baby guppies born recently. Just curious as to how soon will I be able to tell a guppies gender? I got about 25 of them, and 24 of them are see-through with see-through heads, whilst the last one is darker in the head, and has a black tail. Does this give any indication of its gender or something else? Thanks Ryan
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