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A. bitaeniata

Discussion in 'Identification and Morphology' started by yukondog, Feb 9, 2019.

  1. yukondog

    yukondog Member

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    I was given 6 of these the other day, the person that gave them to me says there Bits and he has no idea what type, the two males I have, I got from apistodave as a pair M/F but there not there males These look nothing like mine, do these look like Bitaeniata, and what type, also M/F ? P1010003 (2).JPG P1010003 (2).JPG P1010006.JPG

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    One is krib and Hongsloi, I messed up on my pict.
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    Anything?
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    Here is my two males [Brick Red's] P1010003 (4).JPG P1010007.JPG
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    Will all types of Bit's. have a lyre tail? Non of the 6 I revived has the lyre tail, all females?
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    Mike Wise Moderator Staff Member 5 Year Member

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    Sorry, but I can't spend time waiting of overlarge files to load. I suggest you downsize your photos before sending them.
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    Sorry, I dont no how to do that, I put them in as thumbnails and I have know problem on my end I can click on it and it only takes about a second to bring up the picture, but thanks anyway for looking.
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    Anything beyond this is I don't know how to do. I really need help with this, is there anybody else that may be able to help?
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    Mike Wise Moderator Staff Member 5 Year Member

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    Go on line and download Gimp (www.gimp.org/downloads/). It's free open-source software. Then learn how to use it. Always good to learn something new.