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Old 01-22-2014, 04:23 PM   #1
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jack depmsy femal or male

how to tell which one is male and femal?
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Old 01-22-2014, 05:11 PM   #2
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On jack ds look at the lower jaw/cheek the bottom third females have colour and the males dont just like pink and when there bigger males will be around a third bigger with more colouring
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On jack ds look at the lower jaw/cheek the bottom third females have colour and the males dont just like pink and when there bigger males will be around a third bigger with more colouring
but the male one always hide. Femal will swimming around. I don't know what is happen to the male.
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Both of mine hide, male worse than female. The fry I had (up until they were about a year about 5" long) were all very friendly. But my older ones will hide the second they think you are coming to the tank.
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Both of mine hide, male worse than female. The fry I had (up until they were about a year about 5" long) were all very friendly. But my older ones will hide the second they think you are coming to the tank.
the funny thins is, the hide at back have a bigger eyes than the other one. And u can see there is little bit red color on the front one.
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They both look male to me just going off of the coloring of the gill plate. If u really want to know, catch and "vent" them
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First picture front jd female and back jd male in my opinion
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what do u mean by "vent"?
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They both look male to me just going off of the coloring of the gill plate. If u really want to know, catch and "vent" them
I take them out and see the vent, almost the same,,,I cant distinguish. But the back one of the first pic always chase the front one
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It will be easier to tell when they are older but looks like two males to me. neither have coloring on the lower jaw.
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