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Could also by a subordinate male. They're really good at disguising themselves. But time will tell. Just give them plenty of room and hiding spots.
 

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Thx for the feedback! I've noticed them interacting more the last 2 days, I've had them for about 2 weeks now. But yeah, I guess time will tell.

Rhor- I didn't know that the curvature of this fins was an indicator. (I didn't know any indicators lol) , but I'll pay attention to that now. Thx
 

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I don't know if it's applicable to all Apistos, but generally the females will color up a pale lemony. yellow as they mature, especially if they're in the mood for spawning. I've kept Apisto Borrelii they tend to sex themselves out while still small. You'll know the females by their color change.
 
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