Angelfish - Black Marble - Small

A nice pair of black marble angelfish
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Silver Marble (M/+): Silver marble angelfish occur when the fish carries one copy of the marble gene (M) and one copy of the wild type gene (+). Similar to black lace, marble is co-dominant to wild type resulting in a blending of the two traits. In this case the fish shows wild type (silver) patterning, with interlaced marble patches. These fish are sometimes referred to as ‘Barred Marble’.
Angelfish - Black Marble - Small
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Angel fish types - Guide to help identify.. A black ghost angelfish is a black lace, or double dark black angelfish crossed with a ghost angelfish. The most common hybrid black ghost will have one of black lace, or double dark black angelfish paired with a gold, but it can also be paired with a gold marble or marble. Black Marble AngelfishpH: 6-7.5
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Photo provided by FlickrThis is for 1 unsexed black marble angelfish dime to quarter size, depending on current stock.
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These are Blushing angelfish, similar to Koi, yet different in several ways. They have a gene for Marble, instead of one or two genes of Gold Marble. They do not start out with as much orange, but when they mature it tends to get more intense than Koi. They have a lot more black than Koi and less orange coverage. It's more of a tri-color angelfish. Of course, they vary quite a bit. Angel fish types - Guide to help identify.. A black ghost angelfish is a black lace, or double dark black angelfish crossed with a ghost angelfish. The most common hybrid black ghost will have one of black lace, or double dark black angelfish paired with a gold, but it can also be paired with a gold marble or marble.Orange Marble Blushing angelfish. (M/g S/S) These typically carry one gene for Gold, so 25% of their offspring will be Sunset Blushing. The Gold gene tends to enhance the black and the orange coloration. Angel fish types - Koi (Gold Marble Blushing)same colors are often found in the koi carp, a popular pond fish. A gold marble blushing angelfish will have a white body with black marble-patterned markings. In addition, it will commonly have orange on the crown. The amount of orange coverage can range from being completely absent to covering almost the entire body.Angel fish types - Guide to help identify.. A black ghost angelfish is a black lace, or double dark black angelfish crossed with a ghost angelfish. The most common hybrid black ghost will have one of black lace, or double dark black angelfish paired with a gold, but it can also be paired with a gold marble or marble.Marble (M/M, M/g, M/Gm): Marble angelfish show a black and white marbled patterning. Similar to the double dark phenotype, these fish often have red eyes. Because the marble (M) mutation is dominant to gold (g) both M/M and M/g are considered marble, however M/M fish will typically have more black coloring than M/g fish. These fish are sometimes known by the term ‘panda’. Marble can also be paired with a gold marble gene (Gm). In this combination heavy marbling is seen on the fish along with a yellow/orange crown.This is my AQUASTELLAR ONE fish aquarium. Why keep a boring looking fish aquarium, when you can have all kinds of underwater LED lights in it? This is an ongoing masterpiece, which has been three years in the making so far. I want to turn my ordinary 35 gallon fish aquarium into something from, right out of a science fiction movie. I just love science fiction and such! Don’t you? I have two Black Marble Angelfish, one Shadow Shark Catfish, and two black Molly platy fish. I will soon just be keeping my Black Marble Angelfish only. I just love them so much. They are very smart and will follow your hands or your body if you walk by the aquarium. They know the word food really well too. Angelfish are the most amazing fish I have ever seen. I hope you enjoy my Aquastellar One fish aquarium with me, and check out the space age night time effects of the LED’s They look really cool. I want a whole lot more LED’s in it, as well as Core Glow stones, and glass gravel to cover the LED’s on the bottom of the tank. I want something from, right out of a science fiction…Gold Marble (Gm/Gm, Gm/g): Gold marble angelfish are some of the most common angelfish on the market currently. Gold marble angelfish show a mix of black and white coloring on their main body with a crown of gold or yellow. In some cases this gold/orange patterning can be found throughout the entire body. Because the gold marble (Gm) gene is dominant to gold (g), both Gm/Gm and Gm/g fish are considered gold marble. Gm/Gm fish will typically have more black patterning and deeper/larger orange/yellow coloring than Gm/g fish however.