|NMrayn ||01-21-2009 09:18 PM |
what is this fish?????
I saw this fish on the cover of a fresh water atlas, and i wonder what its is its BEAUTIFUL.
|syrinx ||01-21-2009 10:07 PM |
I think its an adult male green terror, aequidens rivulatus. Actually the aequidens part is probably no longer correct, I've given up trying to keep up with american cichlid genus names.
|easty83 ||01-21-2009 10:08 PM |
its a green terror
|NMrayn ||01-21-2009 10:13 PM |
well i wanted a tank of oscars but now i think i want some of these :)
|KrisRogers ||01-22-2009 10:41 AM |
|jeaninel ||01-22-2009 01:51 PM |
Not Flowerhorn. It's a GT.
|Sucidemonkey ||01-22-2009 02:03 PM |
though it does have very similar Markings of a green terror. its head Makes it lean Farther towards a FlowerHorn. I also its Fins are those of a Flowerhorn.
Its a Hybrid. LOLOLOLL
but all seriousness. its a green terror. They Grow a 'nuchal' hump on its head.
|dreesa ||02-08-2009 12:22 PM |
This is a Gold Saum, a fish bred in captivity that very closely resembles a true Green Terror. True Green Terrors are difficult to find in in captivity anymore, as they are becoming somewhat scarce in the wild as well.
I own one of these fish and had a breeding pair not long ago, before I lost the female to a disease. See attached picture for proof. Although my picture is of a juvenile male . The linked picture is an adult male. Mature dominant males of this breed can develop the huge "nuchal hump", as it is known in the cichlid world.
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