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Vieja Zonatum (Color change)

Discussion in 'Photo Gallery' started by smitty, Mar 7, 2012.

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    Here is a couple pictures of my Zonatums. There color has changed. I first thought that another fish was picking off the scales. The fish has no body wounds and eats very well. Has anyone seen or can explain this change in color. I have 4 total. One has turned completely pink. The other as you can see is losing his color. The other 2 a perfectly fine and seem to have paired up some, at least they are always together.

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    II just received a response from another forum member and he said that these are not Zonatum. He said that they are Fenestratum just received a response from another forum member that these are not Zonatum. Mate said that they are Fenestratum. All info appreciated.
     
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    I just received a response from another forum member that these are not Zonatum. Mate said tI just received a response from another forum member and he said that these are not Zonatum. He said that they are Fenestratumhat they are Fenestratum. All info appreciated.
     
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    I just received a response from another forum member and he said that these are not Zonatum. He said that they are Fenestratum.
     
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    So it appears after much more knowledgeable people have looked at the thread that the fish are in fact Fenestratum. These were purchased from the fish store down in Glen Burnie, Maryland area called House of Tropicals
     
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    Well, they are nice fish!
     
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    Ya I agree nice fish.
     
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    Still a good looking fish.
     

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