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Naso Tang... Male or Female?

Discussion in 'Fish Discussion' started by eaglephot, Nov 9, 2006.

  1. eaglephot

    eaglephot New Member

    How do you tell the difference between a male and a female naso tang when they are young and about 5 inches long? Pic of mine....

  2. durgeonman

    durgeonman New Member

    if they have stremers on there tail they are male. judgeing by the tail of yours its female.
  3. eaglephot

    eaglephot New Member

    Originally Posted by durgeonman
    if they have stremers on there tail they are male. judgeing by the tail of yours its female.
    They only get the streamers when they are adults. This one is still a juv. How do you know when it is a juv.
  4. tnn1567

    tnn1567 New Member

    That one you have looks like a female. A male usually have a U shape tail which your does not.

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