Angelfish saltwater fish how to tell if it a male or female?
There are several species of "marine" fish that are commonly called "Angelfish" but there is no knowledge yet of how to differentiate between the sexes or breed any of them. They are all regarded as very difficult to keep alive and so they are only recommended to be kept by very experienced aquarists who have specialised in Marine fish for some considerable time.
Not True. You can only tell when the fish mature which is about 1 years old. When fish begin to breed their sex organs become visible. the female has a v shape and the male has a u shape. the females sex organ is bigger, but usually the male is bigger than female The male has longer more elaborate fins and brighter color
I have a female and a male beta fish,If you put them togethere and the male doent chase the female then they like being togethere.If the male beta fish chases the female beta fish it mines that the male beta fish wants to kill the female by chacing her allover that is what happened to my female beta fish,so i had to go to petco and buy another bowl so they male and the female…
Yes, any fish smaller than it. Do not put it in a tank with tropical or saltwater fish because its not certain if it will attack, or even kill itself. Every betta fish is different, so I wouldn't take the chance. If you mix it with another male fish, they will attack each other to death. If you mix it with a female fish, they will mate.
The male guppy would not (highly unlikely) kill the female on purpose. When this situation happens though, it's usually because of an imbalance in your aquarium between male and female fish population. The golden rule is 2 female for 1 male fish, otherwise it's likely that the male fish will "harass" the female fish, which will make her stress out and eventually die.