Lake Malawi Species • male or female bumble bee?

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Postby underdogg101 » Fri Jun 13, 2008 1:03 am

Looks like a male transitioning to his full black colors, but I don't know. Time will tell I guess eh?
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Postby nimboman » Fri Jun 13, 2008 9:50 am

Male for certain.
100 gallon(all male):Nimbochromis venustus, livingstonii, polystigma, Copadichromis borleyi, Protomelas red empress, spilonotus "Mara Rocks", Champsochromis caeruleus, Tyrannochromis nigriventer, and Fossorochromis rostratus all average 5"
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Postby bocephius » Fri Jun 13, 2008 4:37 pm

bumble bees or psedo crabro's can change to the all blck color at will. My large female changes to all black within seconds and stays that way for long periods of time.

VENT IT. put the fish in a clear plastic bag and hold it up over you head and look at the vents to determine male or female. oo or oO m/f
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