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Re: Fish ID



I forgot to mention the neon colors over the eyes are artificially
produced but I don't know the details about how it is accomplished.  

On Thu, 16 Jan 2003 09:31:45 EST Pjeversman at aol_com writes:
> I was in a LFS a few days ago and saw some killies that I had not 
> seen 
> before.  They were in a tank labeled mixed killies that contained 
> the usual 
> "gold wonder" killies.  These fish had very washed out colors, but 
> they 
> looked like Epiplatys dageti.  They had the vertical stripes like a 
> dageti, 
> but they also had a horizontal thick black band that ran along the 
> ventral 
> surface from the base of the caudal fin to the middle of the fish.  
> They did 
> not resemble any E dageti photos that I have ever seen.  Could this 
> just be a 
> color variant?
> The tank also contained some other fish that I have never seen 
> before. They 
> were about an Inch long and tall dorso-ventrally.  They were 
> transparent and 
> reminded me of the fish sold as glass fish(not the cats), with one 
> exception. 
>  Above the eyes they had a neon blue band that fluoresced under the 
> tank 
> lights.  Any guesses about these?
> 
> Phil
> 
> Philip J. Eversman D.D.S. F.A.G.D.
> 9052 Log Run Dr. South
> Indianapolis, In. 46234 
> Ph. 317 298-4063
> pjeversman at aol_com
> 
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