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tydus wrote:What do you mean there are supposed to be no red on the anal fin?
http://www.cichlidforum.com/articles/x_ ... meback.php
It says here "Xystichromis sp. "Kyoga flameback" has an elongated, laterally compressed "haplochromine" body shape. The cranial profile is straight or slightly convex with large eyes and a medium sized mouth. There is a broken and thickened mid lateral black bar running the length of the body from the caudal peduncle to the gill plate. In regards to male coloration, the top portion of the body, including the head is scarlet red. The lips and lower portion of the head is blue. The bottom portions of the flanks are lime-green and yellow. The dorsal fin is red foremost fading to blue at the rear while the caudal fin has blue streaks at the base flowing to completely red at the extremities. The anal fin is white-blue becoming red at the outer portion. The pelvic fins are jet-black. There is a straight black bar beginning at the corner of the lips and continuing through the eye." This is from Greg Steeve's article.
Here the kyoga/all red nawampassa from France
mapyru wrote:Here a site to compare both the Edward and the Kyoga all red
Seems clear that the kyoga anal fin is white , except a tiny little pink tinge on the forefront (see first Kyoga picture), perhaps some kind of polymorphis linked to the age of the specimen
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