Are These Both Jd Females?

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If not which one is male?

Fish A
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Fish B

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Together

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@chromedome52 I saw your previous post. But now one of them have a wormy blue line under eye. But other has sporadic dots. Will males be devoid of any spots under The Eye?
 
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Fashooga said:
Looks like A is male B is female.
I thought it could be the other way around. As if I am not wrong, in another thread @chromedome52 was saying females have a lot of sparkles on the face....
 

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It's the chin area and the lower part of the gill plate you want to look at. @Fashooga has it right, though they look kind of young to be certain of the male.
 
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chromedome52 said:
It's the chin area and the lower part of the gill plate you want to look at. @Fashooga has it right, though they look kind of young to be certain of the male.
Actually it was my mitake. I mis-identified the fish with wromy torquise patch as Fish A while it was Fish B. I did think the fish with that line below the eye is a female. Thank you @Fashooga. Thank you very much.
 
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