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trichopsis vittata ??? (please I.D)
September 1, 2014
5:37 pm
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plesner
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That would be my guess.

September 2, 2014
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Byron Hosking
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Yes, it's possible. The tail is difficult to see, and the fish have no colour.  Do you have reason to think they are T. vittata?

Byron Hosking, BMus, MA Vancouver, BC Canada
September 9, 2014
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Definately Trichopsis. But can be either vittata or schalleri. Difficult to say when not fully grown and/or displaying colours. If you have to put money on it,... choose vittata. Schalleri is very rare and the owner of the tank would probably claim it to be this species if it were schalleri.

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