Thanks for the ID. I took it with a Sony Mavica FD-88 digital camera. I have a larger
version of the picture (1024x960? or something like that). If you would like a copy of
that size picture let me know and I will email it to you.
To be honest, I don't know what else was in the tank. I know that it was a bunch of
rainbows but at the time I took the picture I was not all that interested in rainbows. So
I just took a picture of this guy since he was hanging out near the front of the tank.
The next time I make it to the aquarium I will make sure I get more pictures to post and
Scott Davis wrote:
> Hi John!
> That's a nice picture. What did you take it with? What else was in the tank?
> Go to http://www.powerup.com.au/~tappin/Inornata.htm
> What'a ya think? :)
> They are available (sort of) through US commercial channels. For a number of
> years I had a nicer hobby strain. Prolific, not very tolerant of fry. Really
> lazy people (C'est Moi!) can look in a tank early in the morning, take a
> pickle jar and spirit away the newborn fry hanging on the surface tension on
> the upper tank sides. Later in the day and they were gone.
> Inornata means something along the line of ordinary, unremarkable,
> uninteresting, not ornate. I wonder what the describer would have considered
> All the best!
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