It's perfectly natural for most XL sized males to grow a bit of a kok on their forehead. Some just grow their's out sooner then others. I currently have a male with a decent size kok on his head. Lol I'll try to take a pic of him once I get home, of he'll even sit still that is.Wow, that actually is very interesting, I haven't ever seen a angelfish with a hump. I don't really know what else to say about it but it could be a hybrid of some sort but I doubt that, idk much about angelfish or any hybrids really.
Wow that female in the second pic is insane looking with that kok. Never seen a female with one nearly that big.
Ugh just makes me want to get myself a female Festae lol. Love the coloration they get, the males are nice too don't get me wrong but they're no where near as good looking as the females imo. Lol maybe once I get my 80g resealed I'll go looking for a handful of babies to grow out. Wonder what I would get if I was to cross one with a FH or texas cichlid.Yeah I get that a lot.
That Festae x Jag and Festae x Texas looked real nice. The Festae x Dovii just looked like a small Dovii for the most part so it didn't flip my trigger as much as the other 2 did. The Festae x Jag looked almost like a taller yellow jacket cichlid while the Festae x Texas looked allot like an unfaded Red Texas. Lot of nice looking hybrids in there tho.Magnus_Bane Have you seen this thread?
Festae x jag And Festae x Dovii and what’s supposed to be a Festae x Texas farther down.Here are some examples of hybrid cichlids for those of you wanting to ask " What do A x B look like?". This thread is to show example of noncomercial sold hybrids. Just a reminder, when you hybridize there is no cookie cutter for what the fish will come out like. Results not typical! I will add...www.monsterfishkeepers.com