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  1. #51


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    that helped ALOT! so, the aggressive platy is male and the molly he is tormenting is female

    most helpful, thank you

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    Thanks,, better than worrrrrdss..

  3. #53

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    thanks tolley that will help out me and my girlfreind alot.

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    Great! I spent so long trying to find a picture like this when I got my mollies and I could not find ANYTHING. Great minds think alike. ;)

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    I have only ever seen 1 male platy in my local fish store and he is now in my aquarium.

    Is there a shortage of male platies?!

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    This was helpful, just found out all 5 of my guppies are Male, looks like they won't be breeding anytime soon.

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    That's spot on. I hope people will find it useful :) Well done x

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    Help- all my platy looked like the female - they are all about 1.5" long (red wag, a red and a yellow mickey mouse, a yellow one with black head and a black one with orange head/throat) and had the same anal fin - however, the red wag yesterday made his maleness VERY apparent - LONG tube sticking out of end of the normally looks like female fin... the red wag and orange mickey mouse I've had for a month, the other 3 are new (2 days)... perhaps they are all male? Or at least one of the new ones is female to make the wag do that? upon observation the anal fins of 4 look the same, the yellow one with black head seems to have a raspy fin... help?
    Just went to take pics - none turned out clear enough :S HOWEVER, now another is DEFINATLY showing his Maleness too...
    Does this mean that there is a female in my new batch? Or have they just happened to 'mature' and started showing this anatomy??
    Last edited by CDOHaver; 05-06-2013 at 03:27 PM.

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    If i had a gay fish i would kill it

  10. #60


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    i would just wait longer and you will eventually be able to tell if its a male or female. I had a swordtail that was probably more than 6 months old and then it grew a sword about a quarter inch long and never grew any more and then i could see the gonopodium. I thought it was a female until then.

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