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Very enlightening, Byron. Thank you. More often than not, the average fish keeper walks into a shop and sees descriptions such as "Mickey Mouse Platy, High Fin Tetra, etc." You really have to do your homework before acquiring a very specific specie. I'm thinking that it is most important to breeders. General appearance and behavior is about all one can expect under the typical circumstances.
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