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  1. Default Sexing My Terror :d

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    Hey :) I got this video i posted on youtube to try and find out what sex my new GT is.. Here's the link :

    Im not getting any responses there, so I thought I should make a post about it here. The vid isnt very good of her/him but I can make a new one if someone asks...

    I removed all the roots and most of the rocks to get the vide, so the tank looks a little messed up..

    I talk in the video about them. It just takes some seconds before I start talking.

    I would really appreciate it if anyone would help me :))


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    lBased on the colors, I would go with Male gt

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocksor
    lBased on the colors, I would go with Male gt

    You meant the second fish then, right? The first one I know is a male

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    Sorry about that, I didn't watch the end.

    The second one does look female, like this

    Other females

    Last edited by Rocksor; 10-25-2012 at 03:27 PM.

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    Really? Thats amazing.. I hope I can pair em up. He's actually already paired up, but he's grown like 6 times bigger than the female.. They stop growing when they lay egg first time, right? So I was hoping i could pair these two. They're pretty much the same size. She's actually bigger.. for now

    Is it hard to make a male pair up with another female when he's already paired??

    Him and the little one he's paired with is actually born here at home.

    I removed the old(little) female from the tank into another tank.. Is this bad/wrong??

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    You probably could keep two females in with a male, but that depends on how long your tank is. The longer the tank and more hiding spaces, the easier it is to keep the other female.

    I wouldn't say breeding causes no growth in females. They will grow slower because energy is being used to create eggs. There are many cases of females who are not bred, and reaching a size of 8-10".

    You have a better change of pairing if the male and female has more than 1 choice in a partner.

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