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Gobiocichla ethelwynnae

Hello Ade,

Caught your post about sexing Gobiocichla ethelwynnae.

This species exhibits low levels of sexual dimorphism. Males grow larger than 
females, are more elongated and exhibit more developed dorsal and anal fins.  
Ripe females exhibit a slightly swollen belly.  The differences between the 
sexes can be hard to see, however, especially when young.

Unlike congener Gobiocichla wonderi, G. ethelwynnae has never been spawned in 
aquaria.  Perhaps you'll be the first!

Good luck!

Randall Kohn

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