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Help ID my apistogramma

Drayden Farci

Active Member
It looks like A. agassizi and A. bitaeniata to me.

A. agassizi has the yellow face with blue speckles and a round tail (clampy one?). The A. bitaeniata is the one with a flat tail that will eventually have two prongs. I'd say the A. agassizi is a male but I'm not sure about the A. bitaeniata.
 

boofeng

Member
It looks like A. agassizi and A. bitaeniata to me.

A. agassizi has the yellow face with blue speckles and a round tail (clampy one?). The A. bitaeniata is the one with a flat tail that will eventually have two prongs. I'd say the A. agassizi is a male but I'm not sure about the A. bitaeniata.
I think the same way :)
 
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