|Fishin Pole ||04-05-2009 03:08 PM |
looks like it could be some type of killifish............too many varieties for me to say which species
|IonBaller07 ||04-05-2009 04:27 PM |
Thats a pretty fish, thats what it is.
|Byron ||04-05-2009 07:42 PM |
I think FishinPole is right, looks like one of the lyretails, Aphyosemion species. Maybe a killifish specialist on here will know.
|fishkid ||04-05-2009 07:56 PM |
Its either a killifish or a celebes rainbowfish.
|Mikaila31 ||04-05-2009 08:18 PM |
male Pseudomugil signifer. It a type of blue-eye rainbow, often called a signifer rainbow. That one is a Northern variety. Singifers can vary a lot in what they look like, you get many different variations of the same fish. Here is a info link
|fishkid ||04-06-2009 03:51 PM |
I just went to my LFS and saw a fish that looked just like the one in the picture. And when I looked at the label, it said Signifer Rainbowfish.
|catfishtabbi ||04-06-2009 07:06 PM |
Mikaila, very good reference;since i am in query of the signifier, thank you.I like the one in your picture.
|Mikaila31 ||04-06-2009 08:02 PM |
Thanks. That site is really good for info on all rainbows. My avatar is a Pseudomugil gertrudae, so a very close cousin to the signifer. I've kept two strains of signifer, both a northern strain like the fish above and a southern brackish strain. They are nice fish and very fun to watch displaying. I eventually got rid of mine because they were displaying to my male gertrudae's. Signifers were more nippy in there displays, so they kept shredding the gertrudaes fins:-?. But overall I love all the Pseudomugil species.
|zombiefish610 ||04-07-2009 10:58 AM |
Awesome. Thanks a bunch. So I guess the general concensus is that it is a Signifer Rainbow.
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