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There is no answer to this question; however, there
are probably more anecdotal observations supporting
the theory that sex is determined in fish during the
maturation of fry. However, there are a number of
observations that functional gender change may occur
if there are a large number of one gender and none of
--- "Wetmore, Chris" <CWetmore at wolfcamera_com> wrote:
> I understand that pH can affect sex ratios. At what
> point of the life cycle
> does the pH determine the sex (if this is true). Is
> it at conception, embryo
> stage or as fry? Thanks.
> Chris Wetmore AKA #8232
> See http://www.aka.org/AKA/subkillietalk.html to
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- From: "Wetmore, Chris" <CWetmore at wolfcamera_com>