The winner of our first comp! Cheers can be posted here!

This is just an excuse to satisfy our more competitive side. Everyone needs to take a little time out from saving the world, and have a bit of fun!!!! Watch this space!!!!!
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The winner of our first comp! Cheers can be posted here!

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We have a winner!

The proud owner of the fish with prettiest tail is Adam!! tamtarammmmm :D

Here's his tail:

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And here's the whole fish:

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Beautiful! Congratulations Adam :D

The tail will be posted in our hall of fame asap!
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Post by NeoCult »

Well done dude :wink:
10x L046 Zebs for now, more coming soon ;) 6x L199 Plecos, 6x L129 Plecos, 45x Cardinals, corys & shrimps

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Post by Jenny »

Congratulations, Adam - very pretty :D

What 'L' number is it?
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Post by McEve »

This fish has been discussed here before, together with other examples of L98. I know I have the Scientific description by Isbrücker and Nijssen on my HD somewhere, but darned if I can find it! I was curious if it said something specifik about eye color.

But, as this is a just for fun competition I don't think it matters, for now it's an L98 as agreed on earlier :D
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Hi All,

I would like to say a big thankyou to all who voted for my zebra's tail. :D Well done to everybody else who had an entry in the competition. :wink:

Jenny this type of zebra is referred to by Datz as L98. Some may argue that it is L173, makes little difference really as both are colour morphs/variants of L46. For me it's just a zebra with a different pattern.

Thanks.

Adam
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yeah well done! :D
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Post by fishboy »

I would say they are more L173. But beautiful anyway it is. Do you have more females of the same with him, or the other way around, i assume it is a male
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Post by Adam »

Thanks for the compliments PM and FB. :D

I have another similarly marked zebra in the same tank as the young male in the picture. It appears to be a gravid female, with any luck they will get it on one day but for the time being they have shown no interest in one another. :(

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Post by NetsuaiAngel »

You gotta give them some music to get in the "mood" j/k ;)
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"Bolero" is supposed to be good
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