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Old 10-05-2009
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I have been offered some of these but they have definitely originated in Singapore. I haven't been able to find a non Photoshop pic

They are split on the lateral line, bright yellow bottom half and a dark yellow/greeny yellow top half and head. dark yellow fins and a dark brown tail.

Singapore hybrids or a natural fish?

I can find one reference to the variety on a turkish website but it is members only

http://www.aquaticstoyourdoor.co.uk/images...den-kasanga.jpg - for anyone who is interested but this is an "enhanced pic"
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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(marksp @ Oct 5 2009, 09:31 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
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Hi

I have been offered some of these but they have definitely originated in Singapore. I haven't been able to find a non Photoshop pic

They are split on the lateral line, bright yellow bottom half and a dark yellow/greeny yellow top half and head. dark yellow fins and a dark brown tail.

Singapore hybrids or a natural fish?

I can find one reference to the variety on a turkish website but it is members only

http://www.aquaticstoyourdoor.co.uk/images...den-kasanga.jpg - for anyone who is interested but this is an "enhanced pic"[/b]
Hi
That photo is of a Golden Kazumba. I've never heard of a Golden Kasanga. The description is similar to a Kasanga Red Rainbow, but the dorsal fin is usually red/blue in mature fish.
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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(kilroy @ Oct 5 2009, 07:29 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
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http://www.aquaticstoyourdoor.co.uk/...en-kasanga.jpg - for anyone who is interested but this is an "enhanced pic"[/b]
That photo is of a Golden Kazumba. [/b][/quote]

Golden Kazumba for sure. There's no Golden Kasanga.

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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(marksp @ Oct 5 2009, 12:31 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
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I have been offered some of these but they have definitely originated in Singapore. I haven't been able to find a non Photoshop pic

They are split on the lateral line, bright yellow bottom half and a dark yellow/greeny yellow top half and head. dark yellow fins and a dark brown tail.

Singapore hybrids or a natural fish?

I can find one reference to the variety on a turkish website but it is members only

http://www.aquaticstoyourdoor.co.uk/images...den-kasanga.jpg - for anyone who is interested but this is an "enhanced pic"[/b]
Not a hybrid fish, it is gold kazumba, i used to have some just like those's
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its Golden Kazumba alright..

Here's my GK from the Photo Gallery..

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