Silver, have the ventrals gotten any longer on Tango? It's hard to tell. It could be a boy. Ovipositor? It's just so that the ventrals could be long to a girl OR a boy. o.O
My plan? Get a 200 gal or even better a 300 gal and divide it. One side will be for Sparky, the other side will be for the fish that are currently housed in the 29gal. The 55gal will then be turned into a saltwater tank.
I put my honey gourami who was sick back into the 20gal and she's doing fine. I guess she just won't ever get her color back. At least I'll be able to tell her apart from the other two gouramis now.
Kitten ended up being named Olè (pronounced Oh-lee) after my mom's favorite Swedish cousin. Whatever.
With tango yes, tango was the first one I asked you about, who nested over half his tank his second day. The second one doesn't have a name. I'd have to go check the ventrals, see if they've gotten longer or not.
So today has been a day of hell for me on other fronts. My course I had labs done for, doesn't need labs done and passed in, it's the assignments. But it clearly states that labs are worth 50%
Tango... he's just larger, thicker, and more fins, including vents. The bottom picture is the one in question.
Laki, it does seem like it doesn't it? But we're still hoping we can find a good home for Ole because boy, is it crowded here now. I feel like I'm literally just going from cat to cat trying to make sure they feel loved.
Ole ran headfirst into the sliding glass door and it make him cry, according to my mom. I didn't see it. All I saw was a scared kitten running like a streak past me into the bedroom.
Silverfang, wait, so Tango is not the fish on the bottom? The fish on the top for sure is a male. The fish on the bottom could be male but if it has a pretty prominent ovipositor, it could still be a female.
Aw, I hate when things go that way in classes. :( *hugs to Silver*