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Old 12-14-2009, 03:37 PM   #1 
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How can you tell male from female?
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the males have longer tails than the females, and in some cases, the females are smaller than the males, this is not true in all cases though
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Females have an egg spot (oviposer) on their bellies and like k stiles said, the males have really long fins and the females have shorter fins.
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also during spawning season they get very deep vertical breeding bars
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