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Long-finned Neon Tetra

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This topic contains 12 replies, has 8 voices, and was last updated by  tyrano34 8 years, 9 months ago.

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  • #299462

    Matt
    Keymaster

    Just seen this on another website….good grief

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    #305417

    ndc
    Participant

    i think all ‘artificially enhanced’ fish are usually uglier than their natural counterparts – the worst of the long fin varieties for me is the oscar one – they always end up being nipped and just look ragged.

    #305418

    dunc
    Keymaster

    That looks very wrong to me :/

    #305419

    Sofia
    Member

    Definitely wrong, but to an inexperienced eye probably pretty and ‘exotic’ looking

    #305420

    Eyrie
    Participant

    Yeuch. What’s wrong with the normal neon?

    #305421

    Matt
    Keymaster

    Monstrous isn’t it? Bet these sell like hot cakes

    #305423

    ndc
    Participant

    QUOTE(Matt @ May 11 2008, 05:10 PM) < {POST_SNAPBACK}>
    Monstrous isn’t it? Bet these sell like hot cakes
    #305426

    Matt
    Keymaster

    Yeah I can imagine. They come from the Czech republic I think.

    #305428

    ndc
    Participant

    theyve been avail from asia for quite a while as well – its amazing how many long fin fish they produce when you look at the lists from the asian fish farms – things like that are very popular over there

    #305431

    keith565
    Participant

    i hate them. they look deformed to me. what is wrong with the wild form of any fish. look at balloon rams and mollies.

    #305433

    ulster exile
    Member

    #305436

    Matt
    Keymaster

    I don’t mind the ones that are selectively bred for colour/finnage etc. so much as the genetically-mutated, dyed or physically mutated ones, but personally I’d still take the natural form of a fish over a domestic variety every time.

    UE mate the wild form of Betta splendens is actually a short-finned fish and one you almost never see in the hobby.

    #312819

    tyrano34
    Member

    http://www.aquachov.cz/en/
    if you want me information request

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