The fish i got in are not mixed. I was told by the importer that Dave only had one fish that wasnt to his group by what he had read in Daves post on Hill Country Cichlid Clubs forum.Fogelhund said:nick a - Two different fish altogether.
I think it is great that wild Vic's have been made available to the hobby. On the down side, it is very unfortunate that they have been mixed up, and ensuring their progeny will be pure is going to be VERY difficult. Such great fish, I just wish they would be treated with more respect.
As you can see, (if you've looked) there are three, perhaps four types in that one group.jts_aquatics said:I was told by the importer that Dave only had one fish that wasnt to his group by what he had read in Daves post on Hill Country Cichlid Clubs forum.
I see them but I really dont think that the importer would have sold that many mixed fish together as they are a very big name in the industry. He personally told me that there appears to be one fish that is in doubt incorrect and thats the second pic down. he told me that the black pattern or color is the fright color of the one thats colored to the red that looks similar to a Hippo Point Salmon. I went thru all this with the importer before I made my purchase. I am very happy with my purchase and plan to order more today or tomorrow.Fogelhund said: