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My sharks...Id please
I have had these little cuties for awhile now, but have yet to id them properly. The largest has reached almost 7", and the smaller ones are near 4".
They school together 24/7, and they never sit still. lol
Tank temp is 75 degrees, and tank ph is 7.0. They are housed with some of my larger mature angelfish, and guppies. They are extremely peaceful, and do not even bother the guppy fry.
I had to use flash for the picture which ended up washing out their color.
They have silver bodies with either clear or red fins. The largest ones display a spot near the tail fin, and the smaller ones show a vertical stripe.
it's a redfin shark =)
Possibly cyclocheilichthys janthrochir? You could make better comparison since pic may not have displayed their full potential.
Here is another picture.
(this photo shows three of the smallest sharks...)
Please excuse the pb zebra angels....They can't resist being in picture.
is it redish in color, red fins,black lateral line and a black dot on it's tail? imo still think it a red finned shark
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