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So the dorsals point toward the head?
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post #12 of 18 (permalink) Old 08-04-2012, 10:13 PM Thread Starter
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Both dorsal and anal usually point toward the head with more rays


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Ok, thanks, Creat. I've never heard that term before.
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I think its a new thing... but everyone seems to like it I was curious if I would loose points if ny fish werent


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I've always liked the look of the skyhawk dorsal....I agree with Mr.V It gives the fish a nice balanced look if the anal is also pointing forward.


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I've seen skyhawks on Aquabid and thought that it was color pattern. Now I know. :)

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http://bettahouses.blogspot.ca/2011/...-halfmoon.html Is this guy a good example of skyhawk?
A little.. but it is not what I see as skyhawk. If he had longer first rays, maybe. I like these.. the ones that point forward.. I'm not sure about yet.
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Long straight and pointing forwark is shyhawk..

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