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Old 01-04-2013, 10:07 PM   #21 
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She is pretty Silver :) Long fins, but that is definitely a she hehe.. I have one who has extreme long fins too, she's almost 2 yrs old and huge hehe
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Old 01-04-2013, 10:21 PM   #22 
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She passed this summer, I looked at her one day and raised scales. I cried.

She was my favorite. Such spunk and personality.

Granted she had good reason to flare, only a piece of paper separated her from the handsome neighbors. And she was quite the tease.
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Old 01-04-2013, 11:53 PM   #23 
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You're both wrong, I'm sure I have girls ;) They're both have ovipositor and they are in one tank with male. I don't think so that 3 boys can be in one tank from almost half year and never fighting together :) But I admit this, their ovipositor is very hard to find, sometimes I have problem with this and I starting wonder did my girls start change their sex :P
Their flaring always finished like in the movie, they never fighting and running before Aimaru (male) :)
Are you keeping two "girls" and a male together in one tank? How large is the tank? Are you absolutely sure they are girls? They look a lot like a PK male and a DTPK male...

Anyways... back to the question... Yes, females do flare :)

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Old 01-05-2013, 12:06 AM   #24 
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My female plaket can beat up the male HM anytime.

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Old 01-05-2013, 10:52 AM   #25 
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Aww Silver :(

I love those spunky girls :D I have one now that is a terror, to the point that regardless how long they are separated in the breeding tank, she will immediately destroy the nest and literally latch onto the male the moment she is released.
Has jumped 3" over a divider, and could not be in a sorority.. she is just one mean girl.. but she's fun to watch, etc.

I'm actually holding her now for Dramaqueen to have once she gets to her new place.. I don't have room to keep her as a pet, and she just won't settle down long enough to breed.. so she's going to go to a new home this summer heh.
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Females will definitely flare! My girl sees her reflection in the side of her tank and flares at herself all the time :)
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