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Nice find!

I don't think they come in anything but Delta and Halfmoon ^_^
EE comes in all tail types, or could, in theory (I am yet to see a CTEE). The gene that creates EE affects the pectoral fins, not the branching or other fins- so an EE is always EE in addition to whatever tail type they are.
 

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Nice find!



EE comes in all tail types, or could, in theory (I am yet to see a CTEE). The gene that creates EE affects the pectoral fins, not the branching or other fins- so an EE is always EE in addition to whatever tail type they are.
Do you know what kind of tail he has? He is currently acclimating to his new digs..I will get another pic and hopefully he will flare for me :)
 

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I don't mean this to sound rude so please don't take it that way, but Purple Rain is Prince, Hendrix is Purple Haze........lol... Such a pretty boy he is.... I LOVE the EE's.... Unfortunely, whenever they become available around here I never seem to have the money... He looks like he could be a Rosetail (typically seen in Halfmoons)
 

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I don't mean this to sound rude so please don't take it that way, but Purple Rain is Prince, Hendrix is Purple Haze........lol... Such a pretty boy he is.... I LOVE the EE's.... Unfortunely, whenever they become available around here I never seem to have the money... He looks like he could be a Rosetail (typically seen in Halfmoons)
oh, you are so right! thankx for correcting me..I was so excited...so, His name is now Hendrix :) lol
 

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Nice find!



EE comes in all tail types, or could, in theory (I am yet to see a CTEE). The gene that creates EE affects the pectoral fins, not the branching or other fins- so an EE is always EE in addition to whatever tail type they are.
oooh i didn't know this! Can VT be EE too then? Also, do they only count as EEs if their pectoral fins are colored vs transparent?
 
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