Male or female wrasse ?

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  1. Eddie7144

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    Hey all, first question, is this rosey scale male or female ? Also the LFS said it was transitioning to a male, if I add a super male rosey scale will it be an issue ?Will it continue to transition to male ? Or stay the way it is ? As always thanks for the insites !

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    It's a male in the early stages of transition. It will continue to transition whether you add a super male or not. If you do add a super male the two will fight and ultimately you will have only one C. rubrisquammis.
     
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    Awesome , I won't be adding another one, so it will continue to transition even though it' the only C.rubriquammis in the tank ?
     
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    Correct.
     
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