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    Looks like a female pineapple swordtail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tetrageek
    Looks like a female pineapple swordtail.
    Nope. Googled that since you said it an nowhere close. Shes a platy, that im sure, and she has no yellow or black, just the really light creamy orange and white. Maybe its not a real variety? She also has a red wag male.
    10gal Betta Tank - Skye the crowntail and Squiggles the deformed albino cory
    10gal Tank- Glofish
    75gal- Everything

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    It is probably a hybrid of a tiger platy and another type. It has the colors of tiger platy, but not the markings.

  4. Default Sunburst fire wag platys


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    I bought two of these recently, a male and a female. They are dark orange with black tails and black fins. Very much fun to watch.

    I bought a couple of females and thought they were the same, but they are sunburst wag and a very nice yellow with more of a brown tail.

    I was thinking I'd take them back and replace with the sunburst fire females, but now I'm afraid if I take them back they will euthanize them. Does anyone know if this is standard practice or not? I've never taken a fish back.

    I have a brood of blue Mickey Mouse platys. I had three or four and moved them into a new tank and suddenly I have eight more of them! Don't really want to breed generations of these. They are nice little fish but if I'm going to have a whole bunch of blue fish I'm partial to neon tetras.

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