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As far as coloring going into the body instead of just the tail fin, the color goes a way up but it is still semi transparent like a female.
After posting I read that females have one fin and males have 2 parts in the same area. It does have some female looking characteristics to me though (just an amateur so I could be way off), and the behavior indicates something awry.