Join Date: Jan 2011
Location: Harrison, Arkansas
Wasn't trying to be critical but it's a contest. You take good pictures, just not a good subject fish. Stress lines are from being kept in bad conditions either from before you got her or after. They can only be removed with proper care. If they are uncomfortable in their surroundings or the water isn't above 76 degrees they will stripe up like that. I have a beautiful big Blue Devil Halfmoon male that stripes up like a girl everytime I change his water and it takes several hours for him to get his color back. Some females are just more timid than others and are more apt to stripe up.