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Hybrid peacocks. The pink one is pretty common, they usually go by dragon blood peacocks, but have a few different names. The others are whatever the store/breeder slaps on them for a name.
 

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Some very colorful designer hybrids, some may be hormoned. Names are made up, and they don't breed true. Some are cooler than others, results vary.

1 and 5 have abnormal genes at play such as albino genes and are cross genera.

2 looks kinda like a Z Rock Lithobates Sulphur Head + Jacobfreibergi, unusual.

3 looks similar to a Red Shoulder but isn't pure
 

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noki said:
Some very colorful designer hybrids, some may be hormoned. Names are made up, and they don't breed true. Some are cooler than others, results vary.

1 and 5 have abnormal genes at play such as albino genes and are cross genera.

2 looks kinda like a Z Rock Lithobates Sulphur Head + Jacobfreibergi, unusual.

3 looks similar to a Red Shoulder but isn't pure
Great! I don't want to breed but love these fish. Yikes if they were given hormones.
 

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So your first fish is a
Albino sunburst or albino ruby red peacock
Second fish is a
Protomelas spilonotus / sulpher head
Your third and forth fish are Apache peacocks
And your last fish is a Albino Dragonblood peacock
Hope this helps you!
 

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Whatyonameizz said:
So your first fish is a
Albino sunburst or albino ruby red peacock
Second fish is a
Protomelas spilonotus / sulpher head
Your third and forth fish are Apache peacocks
And your last fish is a Albino Dragonblood peacock
Hope this helps you!
Wow thank you!
 
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