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Help ID my apistogramma

Discussion in 'Apistogramma' started by Rory, Jan 9, 2019.

  1. Rory

    Rory New Member

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    Can you guys help me ID these apistogramma please.

    Thanks

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  2. Drayden Farci

    Drayden Farci Active Member

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    It looks like A. agassizi and A. bitaeniata to me.

    A. agassizi has the yellow face with blue speckles and a round tail (clampy one?). The A. bitaeniata is the one with a flat tail that will eventually have two prongs. I'd say the A. agassizi is a male but I'm not sure about the A. bitaeniata.
  3. boofeng

    boofeng Member

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    I think the same way :)