That wasn't my intentions. I was just trying to state that I know how to indicate which are Males and Females. And I know you were just helping out and I respect that! it's just that with this one I am not quite sure! At first glance I to thought that it was a Female but then I took a closer look and I seen a Male in there as well! But I also see the Female as well! He/she acts fine with the one Female. I had to move the other one because she was getting picked on by the one currently in there. The for sure Female is all Black and so is He/she. The one in question doesn't really pick on her just chases her a little which I have experienced with Males to Females until they are both ready to spawn. I haven't seen them court but I have seen them raise their fins and get colored up and not really chase. When I get home and have a chance to observe them I will update on their movements. Thanks!I know how to sex them but I have heard that Males can sometimes get orange and this one has pointed fins and is long.
I have a female con with long pointy fins as well, so I'm not sure that it is a very good way to identify male/female.CiChLiD LoVeR128 said:What I am trying to say is this I have bred Convicts before its just this one has the appearance of Male and Female. And its hard to tell if its a Male or a Female. He/she is long and has pointed fins like a Male but has the orange belly like a Female.