The Green Natt is supposed to be a regular RB. The only reason why it seems rare, is because it hasnt been noticed before and recently came into conversation. Who knows how many of these Green Natts were available at one time but labeled as regular RBPs? Im not sure if its green tint would make it higher in price.. its as expensive as how much your willing to buy it for.. just like the purple RBs.tyourkie66 said:does a green natt also have the red on its belly?
my reds have green backs and red bellies. does this mean anything speacil, like is it one of them expensive green natts or is it just another regualr red.
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Dont trip Eric.. I have Cameleon (spelling?) RBs. Sometimes gold, silver, black and mixed. Wonder how much they're worth???o snap its eric said:my natts are greenish too!!! due to reflections from my plants. <- poor mans why of getting green natts.
From what I have seen, fish color in pictures is largely dependent on lighting condition and how the flash hits them. Scales on fish are highly reflective and will reflect, seemingly, the whole spectrum of colors. I too have seen my fish "appear" many different colors. True color, IMO, is best shown by a picture taken without a flash, instead with only direct sunlight as the light source.RhomZilla said:I have Cameleon (spelling?) RBs. Sometimes gold, silver, black and mixed.