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Siamease Algae Eater gender

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How do you tell the difference between a male Siamese algae eater and a female Siamese algae eater?...

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    Teenie Weenie Fish upside-down catfish's Avatar
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    Default Siamease Algae Eater gender

    How do you tell the difference between a male Siamese algae eater and a female Siamese algae eater?

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    Super Fish FreshyFresh's Avatar
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    Good question!

    I know I've researched to no avail. I've got three SAEs in my 55. I love them. They're very active and friendly. Mine graze all day long and munch flake food like crazy too.
    75g Tiger oscar and green severum.
    55g Planted community tank.
    55g Goldfish tank.
    29g Planted, shrimp and miscellaneous tank.
    Plants: java fern, anubias nana, amazon sword, wisteria and water sprite.

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    Super Fish
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    Females are broader about the middle than males, especially when seen from above. But, unless you have a big group, would be hard to tell.
    Just my 2cents,

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