Originally Posted by ravenwinds
So, Littlebettafish and matt: totally agree with you about excessive branching....becoming way too common to see HMs look like combtails or what I call spiderwebs (the big tinned girls have it...looks like edge of fins cut at angles so that it looks like rudimentary spiderweb you see all over at Halloween...can't explain it more).
I know they have appeal to many people, but when are fins too big?
The lines of a HM should be crisp, clean looking.
Aemaki: pardon if I have the wrong OP. That adorable little red female w/ red spots at end of fins posted 3 pages back. I almost bid on her, and I hope someone does because she is so beautiful!
I have to agree with you about the excessive branchingz
I think Catwoman was the person who originally brought it up, but if not, pardon me... That girl is in the rose tail family, but is considered a feather tail. Not all rose tails have the x-factor gene, so it can't be proven until you breed some of them whether they have the mutation or not. I normally would never want to breed a rose/feather tailed fish either, bad idea all around, but with fins that length, I'd really love to do some experimenting.
Idk if it was me or not lol. You should bid on her! I can't bring anymore fish in for now, no matter how in love with some I am.