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    Peacock bass

    Discussion in 'General Aquaria Discussion' started by Bret11, Jan 8, 2019.

    ?

    2 kelberi peacock bass in a 125 gallon

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    2. No

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    1. Cwelch185

      Cwelch185 Feeder Fish

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      Just curious because im having a hard time. But can anyone confirm if this is a kel or not. Got him a few weeks ago, just starting to eat and getting a little less shy and starting to show a little spangling.
      Last photo is before i brought him home

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    2. kno4te

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      Yes. Looks to be kelberi.
       
    3. Cwelch185

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      Just for future refernce. How can i tell necesarilly without the anal spangles? Ive been sitting next to the tank on the computer often. Notice its helping him chill. Plus the feedings. When he chills and isnt being sceptical his colors show much more.
       
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      Not a pbass expert but looks like to me. Yellow in color and the body has the markings of it.
       

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