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Old 27-04-2017, 10:45 AM   #11
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They are a bit like "chameleon". Their body colour intensity adapt to back ground intensity. But I doubt the effect can last more than 1-2 hours.

For example, Taiwan kkp sellers like to put their fishes with black back ground with red lights to max out the redness.

i assume it is similar to aro tanning with red light........... so after everything, it really depends on genes?
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i assume it is similar to aro tanning with red light........... so after everything, it really depends on genes?
It is not tanning, just the red light is reflected from the fish body to make it look redder.
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