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Judy Sargis
Judy Sargis • 1 year ago

Pseudepiplatys annulatus (Clown Killifish) - even smaller than the Badis(!), these guys are a favorite because they look like little rocketships when they're moving. The blue and red on their tails is iridescent and really striking in real life.

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