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[Killietalk] re: blue panchax
you are correct. the blue panchax isn't really totally blue like it seems from the name but it should have some blue shading somewhere depending on location and such. the literature I found states wildcaught should be more colorful though. Mine were not very striking when I purchased them, mostly drab gray with a hint of orange on the tail. Once I got them comfortable they have a blue tinting on their body, a definite black spot on the dorsal fin and the tail has an orange edging like some of the more colorful golden wonders that have been spoken about lately. The seem a bit more shy than the golden wonders and don't get as big. When added to a community tank they get very comfortable though and will color up nicely. So far I like them better than the golden wonders although they aren't quite as colorful. Problem with the golden wonders is they get huge, ugly and will outcompete many fish for food and even can eat some smaller fish (like threadfin rainbows I found ou!
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