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I am attempting to determine whether the Rasboras in this photograph (http://aquatika.en.eresmas.com/fotos/asia8xl.jpg) are of a different variety, or are representative of the two sexes in one variety. One can see a difference between those fish that are paler red in color, the black marking of which extend to the base of the belly, and the flourescent orange fish, the black marking of which is much smaller.

So, are they male and female, or different varieties? The reason I ask is that all of my rasboras look like the larger, more pale red fish in this picture.

Any insight will be appreciated.
 

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Well they could be genetically altered like the danios. They now have orange, yellow, and green out. Could also be painted though. Hard to tell.
 
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