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Old 05-03-2013, 05:28 PM   #1
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New red devil!

I got my new red devil today! He/she is pretty awesome.
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Old 05-03-2013, 05:45 PM   #2
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Does anyone know if it is a pure red devil? I dont think it is. It is about 6" and has v shaped lips.
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Old 05-03-2013, 06:43 PM   #4
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Do you know the sex?
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Without knowing collection point and how far removed from being WC there is absolutely no way to tell.

Great looking fish though. I love RD's, in my top 5 fish for sure.
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Thanks. I got him/her from the lfs for $20. In tge tank there was 2 full grown JD and a smaller RD. this one had all three up in on little corner of the tank. I went in a week ago and had them hold him for me. I got him today and hes already eating
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Do you know the sex?
I would say female, but that size is perfect for venting.
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I would say female, but that size is perfect for venting.
No thanks lmao. I vented my oscar and got a spine into my hand haha. Actually three but still. Im not good at it.
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Oh I believe it, IMO RD are the most pure aggressive fish out there. (They don't need a mate to be nuts is what I mean.)

Yours is right at that size where it should "snap" as they call it and become a real glass banger.

When I had mine he went crazy at about 5-6" and that's when all the fun with this fish starts. WC's become waaaay more interesting that's for sure.

Good luck with it, at that size it should start bulking up and then hit another growth spurt. Between 6-7" mine added what looked to be another pound just getting thinker and then shot to 10-11" and started to bulk up again.
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I'd also say female. Just from fins and the lack of a hump. But it's also not uncommon for a dominate female to gain a hump.

Either way they are both equally crazy.
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