Thanks for the kind words Riaan. Yip, this guy is for sale ( as are all the rest ) and he has been booked already by a local guy in SW so at least I can monitor his progress and use him in future as a breeder if we decide to go that route. There is definitely a pecking order in terms of amount of white on the body in each batch and obviously the more white, the more attractive the fish becomes. I have a youngster in the next batch that has almost complete white on the one side of his body and when I get time I will photograph him and post a pic here.So I take it that this one is not for sale.
Anyway, I like the progress you made, plus sharing it with us. Good luck forward.
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