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Status – in Minnesota
Type - Premnas biaculeatus “MW PNG White Stripe” F1
Parents - P. biaculeatus “PNG White Stripe” F0 (male) X P. biaculeatus “PNG Lightning” F0 (female)

ID - WS17
Hatch Date - 10/24/2013, Spawn #14

Images Taken 5/16/2014

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July 19th, 2014

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Remarks:

Small at this time, great for pairing in a male role with one of the older, larger siblings.  This fish was separated at a very young age, and as a result it is near perfect. Looking very closely at these photos, it is possible that there is a very slight case of HLLE along the upper left eye, nothing on the other side?  Maybe?  Hard to tell, nothing shows on the right side.  Probably something that will easily be outgrown, but again, I try to be as harshly critical of my fish as possible. Underbite? It does look like it in the shot of the right flank, but the rest look fine and in person, I feel the fish is very solid. As of 6/6/2014, this fish was 1.5 inches in total length. In July 2014, I noticed some recession of the fin tissue between one of the dorsal rays; not sure what caused/was causing/is causing that, but I did discover some electrical issues in this system and that could be the culprit.  Updated photos are above so you can see the current look of the fish.

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