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Dwarf Golden Honey Gourami

Discussion in 'Anabantoids' started by Bonniegiff, Jan 29, 2011.

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    How do you sex a dwarf Golden Honey Gourami? I have three and don't know if I have a male and Female.
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    Females are drab color in comparison to a male and have a rounded dorsal fin. Males are brightly colored and have a pointy, arrow-shaped dorsal fin. Males will be more slender and females a bit rounder/fuller bellied.
     
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    I've had several of these and never been able to sex them. Mine have never shown interest in spawning, but the true honey gouramis I have owned were always going at it.
     
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    Thanks for yopur help I really appreciate it.
     

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