well their colors are not fully out yet and i still have tons of cellophane and brown ones that are starting to color up. If you notice the one in the right he has a yellow dot so im pretty sure he will turn out yellow.MidnightBettas said:Beautiful! It kinda is a shame that you didn't get any yellow kois but they're still amazing fish
im planning on how am i going to convience my wife to let me set up 20 something other tanks so i can keep them all!!! lol jk i know it will be hard to let them go.Canaculus said:Once they're mature you won't be able to keep them in the tanks they'll be selling so fast .
All the single ladies, all the single ladies, PUT YOUR FINS UP!Guanchy said:
Interesting conundrum. I thought I saw an egg spot too, but those ventrals are so long. Which is exactly what you said. My way of saying hmmm I wonder.Guanchy said:Thats what i thought at first becuase of the long ventral fins but just this week i noticed the egg spot. You can see it in the photo
Ill keep watching and see!JLeeM said:Interesting conundrum. I thought I saw an egg spot too, but those ventrals are so long. Which is exactly what you said. My way of saying hmmm I wonder.
And interesting! That makes sense.Rtessy said:Young males normally display an egg spot, I've found ventrals to be a lot more reliable. My breeding male showed a really prominent egg spot his whole life