Poropanchax Normani

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Poropanchax Normani

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Hi so im just seeing if anyone knows the answer to this.
Iv been doing some research and and im guessing this little guy was a mistake in the batch.
So i got myself 8 Poropanchax Normani eggs to grow and then keep my random freebie Normani company. Two of the eggs did nothing which left 6. But of these six, one seemed a bit different. In early life it seemed to have the lampeye. However now not so much and the colouration is different.
I was just wondering if anyone had come across the name of this colouration as i cant seem to find it.
I added a pic of my standard Normani too as well i just like them lol
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Re: Poropanchax Normani

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Looks like a young Oryzias woworae.

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Re: Poropanchax Normani

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black ghost wrote: Thu Mar 17, 2022 17:22 pm Looks like a young Oryzias woworae.
I agree. :]
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Re: Poropanchax Normani

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Thankyou. 👌
Looks like will end up a nice looking fish 👍
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