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Male or female?
Male or female?
Male or female?
Cyphotilapia frontosa
posted by: Vicki Stites

Feb 21st, 2013
Views: 355 Rated: (6 votes)

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Vince Cooper (m) » posted 2013/02/21 07:44 pm
looking female if 5" or so
Dev H. » posted 2013/02/21 07:57 pm
Vicki Stites » posted 2013/02/21 08:07 pm  
This one is about 7" if I had to guess. It's also 2 years old.
Vince Cooper (m) » posted 2013/02/21 09:22 pm  
very under developed if male but I'd still say female by looks alone . I was sizing it by the water pick up that is 2.5" at the top & 2" at the bottom ...
tony henderson » posted 2013/02/21 09:46 pm
Vicki Stites » posted 2013/02/22 12:11 am  
Thank you Vince! I just knew by the size of the finage and the hump that it would be a male. I'd really like to keep it, so I'm hoping it's female!
Curtis Kurokwawa » posted 2013/02/22 02:27 am
Jay Dollentas » posted 2013/02/22 03:11 am
bip_ 4u (m) » posted 2013/02/22 05:24 am

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Curtis Kurokawa

Looks like their all males which is great... If you plan on adding more I'd
Kingston Wong

Nice selection and color
Vince Cooper

yes this happens in many species with dominant females
Vince Cooper

Kevin Esko

Added 6 more fish for a total of 17 in the 75 gallon. However, the bi-color
Kingston Wong

Would need a profile pic to tell F from M.
Kingston Wong

Great. You plan on breeding?