In this case it's not F-something. We're talking domestic colour breed.Which are the main difference between wilds and f-something ?
Thank you very much for the information, now it's clear.In this case it's not F-something. We're talking domestic colour breed.
And that's the thing. The colours in the obvious male are very defined and strong. The other fish has a pattern I'd definitely connect just to domestic fish.
Here you see the wild form: Compare carefully.
And here (one of) the domestic form(s):
Although there are more domestic forms:
One which has been bred to distinguished whitish colouration (those are often sold as A. viejita)
And the colour enhanced almost fully red-orange one:Villavicencio-Buntbarsch, Apistogramma macmasteri. Ein sehr friedlicher und durchaus auch für das Gesellschaftsaquarium geeigner Fisch. Gleich hier bestellen.www.interaquaristik.de
Villavicencio-Zwergbuntbarsch "Red Mask", Apistogramma macmasteri Red Mask, pflegeleichter Apistogramma für Aquarien, braucht Verstecke und Unterschlüpfewww.interaquaristik.de
You posted those in another thread already and got an answer there, please stick to your topic.
You're welcome.Thank you very much for the information, now it's clear.
Besides the origin of them, are they a couple ?
Ok, I will give them time and then we will see what happens...You posted those in another thread already and got an answer there, please stick to your topic.
You have one sure male, the other fish... Either a young male or a female. I can't tell, sorry.
Don't confuse the users. The picture with the one with the hump is not from the OP.It is interesting one has a hump and the other does not - i had not observed humps before in pictures of mac but maybe i never looked closely as they are not on my radar.