Sometimes referred to as the yellow fin Borleyi, this species from Mbenji is almost identical in body shape and spot pattern to its extremely popular counterpart from Kadango, females and juveniles have yellow fins, with the males turning yellow as they mature and developing extremely long pectoral fins. This species is also far less common than the red fin borleyi as well, which is often found in most pet shops.
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