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RE: What kind of fish is this???

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Posted by: icedearthgoddess at Sun Mar 14 22:41:19 2010  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by icedearthgoddess ]  
   

The caudal fin is a heart shape, yes it is forked. He/she is eating Omega One brand flake food for tropical fish, and loves Algae Wafers also by Omega One. Does not seem picky with anything offered. Enjoys Bloodworms, Brine Shrimp, and Shrimp Pellets. I hope someone can tell me what he/she might be. I researched the Banded Leporinus and they are "born" banded with 5 bands, all fairly wide and then as they grow the bands split into other bands and having 7 bands by three years of age.


   

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