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kukoo
unsure.gif All this time I thought I had a BlackMoor, until I saw a picture of a Black Dragn Eye in one of the forums in this site....and my fish looks like the Dragon Eye in that picture at a glance.
Could you tell me what are the major differences between a Black Dragon Eye and a Black Moor as I'm still not convinced which kind my fish is. I read somewhere outside this forum that there are different types of Blackmoors such as 'long bodied' and 'with a hump' (these may not be the exact way it was described..but this is how I rememer)etc.
The Matrix
QUOTE(kukoo @ Sun, 30 Jul 2006 7:45 pm) *

unsure.gif All this time I thought I had a BlackMoor, until I saw a picture of a Black Dragn Eye in one of the forums in this site....and my fish looks like the Dragon Eye in that picture at a glance.
Could you tell me what are the major differences between a Black Dragon Eye and a Black Moor as I'm still not convinced which kind my fish is. I read somewhere outside this forum that there are different types of Blackmoors such as 'long bodied' and 'with a hump' (these may not be the exact way it was described..but this is how I rememer)etc.


As long as black without any other coloration, you can call your fish a moor, a black dragon eyes. No diff.

There are various types of dragon eyes in term of the traditional long bodied, sharp tail to the fancied round bodied, butterfly tail.

Send your fish pic here and see what u really have.
kukoo
QUOTE(The Matrix @ Sun, 30 Jul 2006 6:19 pm) *

As long as black without any other coloration, you can call your fish a moor, a black dragon eyes. No diff.

There are various types of dragon eyes in term of the traditional long bodied, sharp tail to the fancied round bodied, butterfly tail.

Send your fish pic here and see what u really have.


Here's are two pic;s of my moor with two orandas. Awaiting to find out which type exactly my fish is...

http://i102.photobucket.com/albums/m93/msa...06/P1010088.jpg

http://i102.photobucket.com/albums/m93/msa...06/P1010089.jpg

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peter porker
Looks like what we would normally call a Moor.
The Matrix
QUOTE(kukoo @ Fri, 29 Sep 2006 8:06 pm) *

Here's are two pic;s of my moor with two orandas. Awaiting to find out which type exactly my fish is...

http://i102.photobucket.com/albums/m93/msa...06/P1010088.jpg

http://i102.photobucket.com/albums/m93/msa...06/P1010089.jpg


the 2 black are traditional moor.
kukoo
Thanks for both replies...
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