Help sexing Kribs

Discussion in 'Kribensis - Kribs' started by RageMelon, Jun 17, 2016.

  1. RageMelon

    RageMelonNew MemberMember

    I have a hunch that they both may be female, however one (the one I was told was male) has less of the feminine characteristics. The colour on the female is not as vibrant as it normally is, however, she usually has more yellow on her face and back, and brighter spots on her dorsal fin than the male. the male is also quite a bit larger.

    I am only guessing genders from what I have been told so I could be completely wrong:;dk.
    Male (or so I was told)
    View attachment IMG_2642.jpg
    Female - she normally has far more purple on her belly.
    IMG_2643.jpg
     
  2. chromedome52

    chromedome52Fishlore VIPMember

    The 100% guaranteed way to sex Kribs is to look at the ventral, or pelvic fins. Second photo clearly shows the rounded fins of a female. First photo is a little hard to see, but it looks like it has pointed ventrals, which would make it a male.
     
  3. OP
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    RageMelon

    RageMelonNew MemberMember

    Thanks! I'll have to remember that

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  4. MikeRad89

    MikeRad89Well Known MemberMember

    Both are 100% female.
     






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