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Old 12-05-2011, 01:01 AM   #1
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How to tell sex from zebra danios

How to tell if male or female? If you don't know the how bout parrot cichlids? I got a pair. Just wondering what I have though
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Zebra danios are pretty easy. Males are slimmer and females will have a bit of a belly to them. You can look up pictures to help you out better.
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Thanks also do you know if livebearers or egg layers?
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Egg layers. They will spawn rather quickly if you have a mix, but will take out all of the babies rather quickly.
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Egg layers. They will spawn rather quickly if you have a mix, but will take out all of the babies rather quickly.
Do they eat their young? Thanks again
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Yea, they will. Densely planted tank will help out.
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