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all pygos have spot when there young ..but they end up fading away as they mature..only the cariba developes a real dark around there the gill area
 

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thePACK Posted on Apr 15 2003, 10:44 PM
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all pygos have spot when there young ..but they end up fading away as they mature..only the cariba developes a real dark around there the gill area
I would suggest being a bit more specific. Humeral blemishes are fairly common within all the species in the genera, not limited to just one species as P. cariba or genus Pygocentrus. Even occasional examples of P. nattereri have this blemish in adult size, but usually far smaller in size.
 

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hastatus said:
thePACK Posted on Apr 15 2003, 10:44 PM
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all pygos have spot when there young ..but they end up fading away as they mature..only the cariba developes a real dark around there the gill area
I would suggest being a bit more specific. Humeral blemishes are fairly common within all the species in the genera, not limited to just one species as P. cariba or genus Pygocentrus. Even occasional examples of P. nattereri have this blemish in adult size, but usually far smaller in size.
sorry about that..will do next time
 
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