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Old 1st June 2018   #1
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Default Would this be a speckled leucistic?

My girlfriend recently convinced me to rescue a little juvi from our local fish store that was clearly being beaten up pretty bad by the wild type they housed with her. When we got her she was missing two feet an entire front leg and had pretty chewed up gills and a piece of tail missing... We already have four and are currently growing up some larva, but I couldn't say no to her and I knew we could give little hope a chance at a healthy happy life so obviously I said yes.. anyways she was listed as an albino, however I've never seen an albino with black eyes so I'm suspecting a dirty Lucy? Any opinions on this little guy/girl??
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Old 1st June 2018   #2
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Default Re: Would this be a speckled lucistic?

It looks a little green/yellow so maybe a copper?



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Default Re: Would this be a speckled leucistic?

she is adorable!



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Old 30th June 2018   #4
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Default Re: Would this be a speckled leucistic?

She's gorgeous! Gorgeous and not albino.



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Default Re: Would this be a speckled leucistic?

That is definitely a copper, they are very beautiful and are harder to find in stores, at least where i live.



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