- Reaction score
- More than 10 years
I was at my favorite LFS yesterday, it was close to closing time, and I noticed a tank of assorted angels and inside were some of the best looking black angels I think I've ever seen! (and no camera) They had white,pure white, stripes on them but they weren't marbles no two were alike they weren't blotchy it was like painted straight lines. Question one: has anyone ever seen these? or know what they are called ? So then after the GUY sees me looking he comes over and starts telling me how "for some reason" black angelfish aren't as hardy as the other colors "must be something genetic, you know in their genetic dna" so I'm thinking the guy just doesn't want to dip fish for me so I smiled and nodded and acted like he was very wise (I know the owner I'll see her after work) So I don't believe him but I thought I'd run it by you guys first: Does a color variant affect hardiness and do you know if it's true in this case?