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Old 08-10-2012, 11:00 PM   #1
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Red zebras turning albino?

My 2 red zebras in my 55G Malawi tank is turning real light. In going to test water soon.
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That's normal for male metriaclima estherae, as they mature they turn a light peach color rather than the reds your accustomed to.
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That's normal for male metriaclima estherae, as they mature they turn a light peach color rather than the reds your accustomed to.
Thanks you do much thought he was getting sick! I do have 2 males!!!
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