I have bought 4 Sewellia Lineolata, and read several guides how to decide what sex they are, but I find it hard to decide.
I'm hoping there is one who will spend 2minutes to help sexing them for me.
Last fish was not in mood for photographing, so i left it alone. I know quality isn't the best, but maybe it willl work out
EDIT: I can't see the image myself, so here is the link:
http://s1364.photobucket.com/user/Fredd ... 3.jpg.html
Looking forward to your answer,
One of them looks like it's only the bones going across the yellow - no black markings, the rest seems to have a little black going across where the bones are, making "fences"
Thanks, I was afraid of that..
Maybe my fish aren't fully developed yet, since I find it hard to see weather the black fences are there or not.f1sleepy wrote:You can only see the "fences" from the front or top of the fish as they are actual raise fins on top of their pectoral fins. They are very easy to see once developed and are pretty much the easiest way to determine sex in mature fish.
I.e. to me this male doesn't seem to show "fences". Have I got the fence thing wrong?
http://www.loaches.com/species-index/ph ... age_medium
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