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Is it normal to see juveniles with some barring on their sides?.. I bought 10 yesterday locally. Some have bars & some do not.. Overall though, their color is the same, save the bars..

Also trying to ID specifics on 4 trewavae's..

Will see if I can get some pics...

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The presumed Trawavasae... 2.5" in length.. Getting pics of the rusty's are tough. Only 1" long..

1 of these.. Male Red Top? Sorry for the poor quality..



3 of these - 2 have a slightly red dorsal, One has a prominent red dorsal & carries himself very much like a male.

 

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I've had rusty that had bars as juvies but are flawless as adults.
 

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GaFishMan1181 said:
I've had rusty that had bars as juvies but are flawless as adults.
I had the same thing with my Rusties. Also, mine show barring when they are feeling stressed/being harassed and then bars go away when they're not.
 

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Ok.. That is good to know on the rusties. Here are some better photos: I am looking for strain on the trewavasaes..

Here is a rusty showing some barring.



Trewavasaes: One of the lighter bodied colored trew's has significant red markings on the dorsal. the other two of the same color do not. he laso carries himself as a male, flashing & strutting, etc..







 
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