Well that's the thing I thought males had the coloration which my original didn't. But I was very unclear if my original wrasse being alone would develop into a male on its own. All of the signs I could find on the internet led
me to believe my original wrasse was female. It didn't have any of the coloration or elongated fin. Now however I don't doubt that I've got some dominance issues going on. It's pretty clear to see but it wasn't always this way. I really believe they are in a transitioning phase at the moment. Regardless if my male can change back to female or not I believe that my female because it's actually much larger is transitioning to become a male and dominating the smaller. Last thing I want to do is lose one of my favorites so I'm keeping an eye on them everyday which is easy cause I'm out of work due to an injury.
Can Mccosker transition back to female? One thing that seems common in all the forums is that it's very hard to find a true female Mccosker
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