Join Date: Sep 2010
Location: West Hollywood, CA
Even in really high grades of cherries you can usually tell males from females by the shape of the underside of the tail. All the cherries in your pic look like females to me. Their tails are thick and rounded on the bottom, to carry eggs. Males have much thinner tails and the bottom line of their tale curves up instead of down. Also, your cherries would have to be REALLY high grade to get to the point where the males would be opaque and as colorful as the females. Hope that helps.