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    Quote Originally Posted by sauroid;726424;
    why are some D.pulcher called "controversial tigers"? and btw, is the genus Coius still valid?
    Controversial tiger is a label that is given to those tigers that may be D.Pulcher or D. Microlepis. Alot of these tigers are also referred to by the older common name Cambodian Tiger which are considered to be D. Pulcher. It all depends on which side of the line you want to stand on. Some even say that the CT may be a hybrid.
    Coius is an invalid term, but is still commonly used in places like japan.





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    Quote Originally Posted by islander671;734361;
    Controversial tiger is a label that is given to those tigers that may be D.Pulcher or D. Microlepis. Alot of these tigers are also referred to by the older common name Cambodian Tiger which are considered to be D. Pulcher. It all depends on which side of the line you want to stand on. Some even say that the CT may be a hybrid.
    Coius is an invalid term, but is still commonly used in places like japan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnptc;734421;
    islander671 thanks for you helpful comments !!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by marcos;696569;
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    this is a great way to show the diffrent types of tigers

    its just this contaversial tiger thing that i think is a joke

    some tigers have fairly uniform stripe paterns like AT,NTT and NGT most of which have the same stripe paturns

    but just because a ST,IT and even cambodian tigers have forked or broken bars they are no being called contraversial tiger

    what is in this picture classed as contraversial tiger i would still class as ST well one of the tigers for sure

    who made up this contaversial name
    TIGERS ARE BETTER THAN DATS

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    Quote Originally Posted by islander671;734361;
    Controversial tiger is a label that is given to those tigers that may be D.Pulcher or D. Microlepis. Alot of these tigers are also referred to by the older common name Cambodian Tiger which are considered to be D. Pulcher. It all depends on which side of the line you want to stand on. Some even say that the CT may be a hybrid.
    Coius is an invalid term, but is still commonly used in places like japan.
    I think the distinction between a Cambodian Tiger and a Siamese Tiger is that the bars of the Cambodian Tigers become fuzzy, or losing bar pattern, as they get bigger. The Siamese Tigers' bars stay the same when they're big and do not lose any patterns, although both fish are D. Pulcher.



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    I wanted to ID my Dats. This chart is very helpful. Looks like I got me some Indo Dats.
    Keep it simple and don't over think things.




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    its useful thx



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    Quote Originally Posted by T1KARMANN;734478;
    this is a great way to show the diffrent types of tigers

    its just this contaversial tiger thing that i think is a joke

    some tigers have fairly uniform stripe paterns like AT,NTT and NGT most of which have the same stripe paturns

    but just because a ST,IT and even cambodian tigers have forked or broken bars they are no being called contraversial tiger

    what is in this picture classed as contraversial tiger i would still class as ST well one of the tigers for sure

    who made up this contaversial name
    That almost 'X" tiger is confirmed ST



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    I Finally found the magazine that this chart came from, its from the Feb 2006 issue of Aqua Life. There is a whole article in there on breeding Datnioides (so apparently some is working on it..lol), im trying to it translated as the majority of the article is in Kanji which i cant completely read yet.



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