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7 years 7 months ago #2186 by Peter Finke
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Svert­ing wrote: Females of this form have coloured unpaired fins, with an excep­tion of tail.


Svert­ing: Either a good photo or a bet­ter descrip­tion would be help­ful: coloured, what colour? what sit­u­a­tion? always? in spe­cial sit­u­a­tions? What struc­ture has the coloura­tion? The whole fins? part of the fins? We know of many Paro-​females that get some colour in their nor­mally uncoloured fins when angry, when fright­ened, when mat­ing … Very obvi­ous is this in filamentosus-​females for instance, partly in nagyi-​females, or in tweediei-​females.

Some more details, please! It’s too vague.

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7 years 7 months ago #2207 by Svert­ing
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Ok, so it is the 8’th day after the “fall­out” with my dog, and it’s the first time fishes let me do some pho­tos. I am in the process of upload­ing 109 MB of pho­tos to image­shack, so in few min­utes I will add a link to them. They are a bit dark, but that was a com­pro­mise between the sharp­ness and bright­ness of the pho­tos. They were taken with addi­tional light source: two desk lamps, 18W and 20W, with the ISO 200, and 1/​20′ cap­ture.

If You find any photo bro­ken, or want me to brighten a par­tic­u­lar shot, just say so, and I will upload mod­i­fied image ;D.

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7 years 7 months ago #2208 by Svert­ing
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8 x Parosphromenus sp. ‘blue line’ — 5 males, 3 females

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7 years 2 months ago 7 years 2 months ago #2538 by Svert­ing
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7 years 2 months ago #2539 by Svert­ing
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22 hours later fry hatched, and male moved almost every one of them to the new hide­out.


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7 years 2 months ago #2540 by helene
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Hello Svert­ing.
It looks like there a lot going on, but I find the video really dark and dif­fi­cult to see.
But its good that it is tak­ing place and inter­est­ing if the male has now moved all the eggs.
I have seen this only once before.

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