Taiwanese Engineer First Fluorescent Pink Angelfish

I want one!! They're only in Taiwan unfortunately ! But I will have one someday!! Pink angelfish
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Albino angelfish lack dark pigments, but may retain yellow or red pigments. In the right light you will see a white-on-white effect that shows the bars. The eye pupils are pink/red as in all other types of albino animals. Albinos do not produce any dark pigments and therefore show a white to yellow body.
Taiwanese Engineer First Fluorescent Pink Angelfish
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According to Taipei Times, researchers from Jy Lin Trading, National Ocean University and Academia Sinica have developed the world's first-ever fluorescent pink angelfish. Gymboree Girl Cabana Pink Angelfish Flip Flops
Photo provided by FlickrThese are pink fluorescent Angelfish - or Pterophyllum scalare
Photo provided by FlickrI want one!! They're only in Taiwan unfortunately ! But I will have one someday!! Pink angelfish
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Blushing The term “blushing” refers to a pink circular area over the gills in fry and young juveniles. The gill plate is translucent, so the bright red of oxygenated blood in the gill area shows through as pink. The gill plate often become opaque as the angelfish matures, and the pink blushing characteristic may no longer be visible. However other characteristics can be used to identify an adult blushing angelfish. Unlike the ghost phenotype the fins of a blushing angelfish show no…VARIANT =A halfblack blushing does not have the vertical body stripe or the vertical black stripe through the eye as seen in a halfblack. In young juvenile the gill area will exhibit the typical circular pink area seen in blushing angelfish. The dorsal fin will be absent of any horizontal striations and the tail will not have any of the lacy patterning of a non-blushing halfblack.Blushing The term “blushing” refers to a pink circular area over the gills in fry and young juveniles. The gill plate is translucent, so the bright red of oxygenated blood in the gill area shows through as pink. The gill plate often become opaque as the angelfish matures, and the pink blushing characteristic may no longer be visible. However other characteristics can be used to identify an adult blushing angelfish. Unlike the ghost phenotype the fins of a blushing angelfish show no…my angelfish aquarium with some glofish tetras I bought. I got the orange,green and pink glo skirt tetras ( yes real GLOFISH, not the dyed ones)VARIANT =A halfblack blushing does not have the vertical body stripe or the vertical black stripe through the eye as seen in a halfblack. In young juvenile the gill area will exhibit the typical circular pink area seen in blushing angelfish. The dorsal fin will be absent of any horizontal striations and the tail will not have any of the lacy patterning of a non-blushing halfblack.The source of the genetics for the “pink protien” behind this creation? Chen Ming-chyuan, associate professor at National Kaohsiung Marine University, discovered it within “acropora corals growing near Taiwan”, according to Taipei Times reporters Of course, it bears remembering that these are not the first genetically modified angelfish to be produced using genes from Cnidarians; as just one example, consider this video uploaded to youtube in 2010: