Thank you for the response. Yes, colors would be ideal, but if the one in my pic would color up I would probably be able to identify him myself.
I've now put all fish (the group with the different bloodline male) together in hoping the colorless one would color up - but also hoping that they don't breed until I figure out this riddle.
Regarding the yellow markings, both Ruziba and Nyanza Lac have the yellow edge on the rear of the anal fin as well as some yellow along the top of the dorsal. Some ruzibas I've seen also have a yellow spot on the operculum. But the biggest identifying features of all - the lighter blue distinct markings on all fins is clearly lacking from the colored male...like on this typical looking Ruziba (thanks bjolly).
All finnage on the colored male in the video are approaching solid black like this picture of a wild Nyanza Lac shows. (Thanks @nt!x)
According to my readings, all references have been calling it Furcifer Foai Nyanza Lac. Odd yes, I know... Maybe I just answered my own questions with the observations above - but are there some Ruzibas that have all black finnage without those markings? And if it is in fact a Nyanza Lac, I will start calling them so until otherwise proven wrong. Any additional input would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.