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A. D47

Discussion in 'Apistogramma' started by rasmusW, Sep 23, 2018.

  1. rasmusW

    rasmusW Active Member

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    good evening everyone!

    I got a question about my d47’s.
    First off, not long after i bought my trio the one i was pretty sure about being a female died. -it had a black stripe on the pelvic fin and looked the most like the ones i had seen elsewhere on the web.
    So now i’m left with one big brute and something i’m not sure what is.
    What do you think is this a small male, actually a female or a completely different fish?
    I’m actually leaning a bit towards the last option myself. I don’t see a lot of coincidences between the two. Not even the red markings on the tail.

    It’s the one in front on most of these pictures, i’m not sure of.

    I’m sorry for the picture quality. It’s the best my phone can handle. I will try to take some better if needed.

    Looking foward for your verdict.

    -r

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  2. Tom C

    Tom C Well-Known Member 5 Year Member

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    Hi Rasmus,

    You seem to have 2 males of A. sp. "D47".
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  3. rasmusW

    rasmusW Active Member

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    Thanks a lot Tom! I kinda thougt so.

    -r