RSS Dramatic orange and black coral beauty angelfish looks like it went through photoshop

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  1. MASA Admin

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    When it comes to aberrant fishes, it’s always a hit and miss with each individual person when it comes to beauty. What may appear to be extraordinarily beautiful, may appear hideous to another. The above coral beauty (Centropyge bispinosa) that came in to Singapore from the indo-pacific is a stunner in terms of its unique pattern and coloration. The aberrant fish is colored yellowish and black, two colors that are normally absent on the otherwise purple and orange fish. The blotchy water-colored effect enhances it’s beauty. Well in my opinion anyways.

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    As with many aberrant and xanthic fishes, it is unclear if the coloration will maintain this way, change into something totally different, or perhaps even slowly reverting back to it’s normal, typical coral beauty colors. With a retail price just shy of 1k USD, it’s an expensive gamble for anyone to take.* IMG_5926.jpg



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    Ugly fish.
     
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    +1 And those photos look a little dodgey too.
     
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    Flip thats ugly!!! I reckon it looks like it got beat up....Looks almost like its bruised
     
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    Maybe it got sucked over the overflow, through the skimmer and back through the return pump?
     

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