There have always been way more A. cacatuoides males than females in the hobby, no doubt because most breeders keep their breeding stock at temperatures above 27°C, which encourages breeding but results in a heavily male-biased sex ratio. When I was keeping these fishes, years ago, I was careful to keep the temperature of all the breeding tanks below 24°C.
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