This hifin male contains the red ("blood red") body color (see Thought Streams).
This black wag hifin male exhibits an intensely black dorsal and caudal fin. These fish do not develop melanoma. The tips of the dorsal fin often lose the black coloration with age, resulting in a red-tipped, black hifin.
This sunset hifin is very attractive. The faint black vertical bars on the body and the short swordtail are indicative of its X. birchmanni ancestry.
This late maturing, black hifin male has an excellent dorsal fin at this stage of its development.
These X. birchmanni-derived lyretail hifin males, while not particularly colorful, have attractive finnage.
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