Inkfin Black Congo Calvus
Before I get started, I just want to say that the following post is likely to offend some. I can't help that, as I am confident that it is based on truth and is accurate. The term Ã¢â‚¬Å"InkfinÃ¢â‚¬Â
It's above my pay scale too James :lol:24Tropheus said:...PS my own guess on inkfin is that it is so rare that its not even a full location but a line bred guy from rare imports of rare mutant fish. Yep rare and exotic and commands a high price but of no real interest to those who want to keep wild type cichids. Well outside my comfort zone discussing the labels put on fish to make em sell for silly prices.
Hey James,24Tropheus said:About the size of it Razzo. :wink:
Would you mind if I coppied that photo and asked a importer here in the UK about them?
Dunno if we have em or have ever had em (or can get them) in the UK without asking.
My guess would be most rare types in Europe end up in Germany where folk are willing to pay more than in the UK but they might be available at a high cost from there. 8)
All the best James
I think that just may be the "litmus" test.The black pectoral is unique because no matter what shade/color the rest of the fish is, the pectoral fins are always solid black.