Because... well, cellophanes are plain, right? Flesh colored bodies and fins to match, in this case- or as close as you can get to flesh-colored fins. Pure cellophanes only show one pigment of one color, is my understanding, though don't quote me on that. Cambodians, on the other hand, have flesh-colored bodies and pigmented fins, usually red. So cellophane cambodians can't really exist. Cambodians are characterized by their flesh-colored bodies and pigmented fins, and as a cellophane's fins are not pigmented, it just doesn't work. XD That's what I think anyway.
In the hobby for 9 years.
Last edited by Betta Slave; 01-05-2012 at 01:42 PM.