Originally Posted by KadenJames
A lot of people tend to get confused as to what a "true" salamander is. Techinically speaking, a salamander must contain the white butterfly pattern on all 3 unpaired fins AND ventrals, and must contain a body color that is different from the colored portion on the fins. For example, these males are outstanding-
Those are salamanders? I thought people classified them in MG's .... at least they do in my country.
I thought Salamander = lavender = purple-ish color (combination of blue and red) .... like Mo's spawn.
I know they came from MG's and naming dispute made the breeder call them salamander .... but I didn't understand why until now.
Thank you for the pictures.
@Creat: out of curiosity, was your guy a purple (red-blue) with yellow fins? Your picture didn't really show his colors clearly. Or were his colors more like KadenJame's pictures.