I have 3 sae
's theyre actually quite distinguishable.
1. All fins are clear/yellowish (flying fox has black on dorsal fin
2. The black stripe that goes through the body also goes through the tail fin
(flying fox may also has this but flying fox has black and/or orange in the other fins)
3. ONE pair of barbels on mouth. (flying fox has 2. Both sae
and ff tuck the barbels when swimming)
's bodies from top to bottom are blandish gold, black stripe, then blandish gold. (Flying fox has a distinguished black hue on the top of their bodies that may appear as a second black stripe depending on lighting)
's have a darkened hue through scales that make their scales look "honeycomb-ish"
This is a flying fox
And this is a siamese algae eater
NOTE: siamese algae eater juvis' black stripe through the tail may be extremely faint through the tail but theyll color up and darken at home.
Sometimes only a single "vein" may be black.
- St Charles Almendras Geraldizo