The EBJDs are relatively easy to sex. Its all about their Dorsal and Anal fins. If the look long and flowing and look like they attach to the Caudal fin you have males. I havent thought about selling them yet, but I suppose its a possibility?
Okay so heres the deal. You cannot mate the two EBJDs together =[. The fry would come out steril and have an extremely low immune system (basically they will die) If you want to breed and get EBJD you need to get BGJDs (Blue Gene Jack Dempseys) Then you will have lively young.
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