long purple blue and orange fish [85cm x 25cm]

From red to white to orange to blue, fish flesh can land almost anywhere on the color spectrum.
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Wild fish exhibit strong colours only when agitated.[] Breeders have been able to make this coloration permanent, and a wide variety of hues . Colours available to the aquarist include red, orange, yellow, blue, steel blue, turquoise/green, black, pastel, white ("opaque" white, not to be confused with albino) and multi-coloured fish.
From red to white to orange to blue, fish flesh can land almost anywhere on the color spectrum.
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Offering an irregular shaped fabric piece, I think originally cut for a dress. It is blue with a print of orange and green whales and fish. The piece measures 46" across widest point at bottom and 39" top to bottom. There is also stitching across at waist and down the center of the bottom section. No stains or holes. Cotton fabric for crafts. From red to white to orange to blue, fish flesh can land almost anywhere on the color spectrum.
Photo provided by Flickrbrightly colored blue and orange plastic fish
Photo provided by FlickrIt is blue with a print of orange and green whales and fish
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Sometimes referred to as a Siamese Fighting Fish, the Betta is a popular fish known for it’s distinctive fin shape and vibrant colors. Almost any color can be had, but some of the more popular shades include blue, purple, red, orange, yellow, white, and black.Unlike some of the brightly colored species listed previously, the Killifish is relatively low key. Available in combinations of red, blue, and orange, the males of the species are known to have yellow and blue colorings with orange stripes all the way to the tips of their fins.Returning to the Cichlid family, the popular Discus was originally found in the Amazon River Basin, they are another breed of brightly colored fish and a great option for freshwater tanks. The Discus comes in many shades of red, blue, brown, and orange.Adult fish in this species are orange in color. They are the largest member of the family and can grow up to 38 cm (15 in) in length. Juveniles are more reddish, and have many small iridescent blue spots, which they lose as they become adult. Adult Garibaldis also have a more opaque tail and dorsal fin.Parrot fishes are edible but are not, as a group, of great economic importance. The surf, or rivulated, fish (Callyodon fasciatus) is an Indo-Pacific representative of the family; it grows to 46 centimetres (18 inches) or more, and the male is green and orange or red, the female blue and yellow. Atlantic species include the rainbow parrot fish, which grows to about 90 centimetres and is bright orange and green with a blue beak, and the queen parrot fish (Scarus vetula), which grows to about 50 centimetres and is blue with green, red, and orange if male but reddish or purplish with a white stripe if female.The bluestripe butterflyfish is a rare species found only in the Hawaiian Islands! The adorable bluestripe butterflyfish come from the Chaetodontidae family and are usually found at depths of less than 60 feet. However, some recent discoveries have found them living at over 600 feet! Butterflyfishes are perhaps the most recognizable of reef fish because of their 8 diagonal bright blue stripes that run diagonally across the whole body.