Sexing C. Orientalis
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|21st September 2003||#1 (permalink)|
The species stuff on many sites state that C. Orientalis males have "shorter and more laterally compressed tails".
1) Is this true
2) If it is correct does 'Laterally compressed' mean that the tails are 'tall and thin' or 'wide and flat'
Thanks a lot,
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