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Old 03-18-2014, 09:56 PM   #1
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Anyone have a clue if my oscar is male or female?
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Patience my man.. Oscars are a choice breed.. Someone will help you!
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You can't sex oscars. The only way to tell is by seeing if some breed
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Patience my man.. Oscars are a choice breed.. Someone will help you!
? I am in no rush. First time I have asked the question
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You can't sex oscars. The only way to tell is by seeing if some breed
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Anyone have a clue if my oscar is male or female?

The only way to tell on oscars is witnessing them laying eggs. If you see it lay eggs then it's obviously a female, but the only time to tell is when they are actually laying & fertilizing the eggs. Other than that, I have never heard of another way of telling the difference.
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