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What kind of a fish do I have?

Discussion in 'Fish and Aquarium - all types' started by RottweilersRule, Jun 8, 2004.

  1. RottweilersRule

    RottweilersRule New Member

    I've had her for like 7-8 years and I've never known her breed and I never see her breeds at aquarium shops.

    heres a link of a pic of her: (might have to press refresh)

    http://www.angelfire.com/sd2/myrottbullet/
     
  2. RottweilersRule

    RottweilersRule New Member

    re

    oh yeah scroll down and dont mind the rott....
     
  3. tina1

    tina1 New Member

    That's a blood parrot, or sometimes if it is a really brightly colored one they are called jellybean parrots because they have been dyed to produce the fanastical colors (purple, blue, green etc.) Regular blood parrots will be bright red, pale red or orange. Hard to tell which is yours in the pic. Blood parrots will get quite large whereas the jellybeans stay much smaller.

    It is rumored that these fish are infertile because they are hybrids, but I don't really know if that is true or not.

    HTH!
     
  4. t_chelle16

    t_chelle16 New Member

    Yes, that's a blood parrot.

    And out of curiosity, do you have a better pic of the fish in the lower left corner? It's kind of odd looking.

    -Chelle
     
  5. RottweilersRule

    RottweilersRule New Member

    re

    yes i do ill post em later, it's a koi though. it's really huge now though!
     

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