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John Chu

P.ornata (1/2) around 2.5-2.75"

Sorry for the crappy picture but her current enclosure is really cloudy. what do you guys think, thinking female. The dimorphism isn't reliable too up to 3" in DLS (based on my experience) both practically look alike (males and females) before hitting 3.5-4"

P.ornata (1/2) around 2.5-2.75"
John Chu, Apr 27, 2019
    • viper69
      you need less glare from light, and more clear container hah. Leaning male, but the part I'm looking at could be enhanced due to glare, if so, than not

      All members of this genus can be sexed via dot method as small as 1.5" male.

    • John Chu

      There's the edited photo, apologies, I tried my best
    • John Chu
      Cant see the dot on this one, I have a confirm male about 3" now and the dot (fusillae) is really prominent.
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