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Aphyosemion bivittatum

Aphyosemion bivittatum
Two Stripe Lyretail Killi
A long-bodied fish. Males have elaborate anal and dorsal fins which are tall and pointed. The body color of males range depending on the population. Commonly, the back is golden-brown, while the flanks are bluish, and the belly is gold. The body is marked with two rows of red spots. The rear body parts are often light turquoise with a light blue iridescence. The anal and pelvic fins are yellow to pastel green with a red edging. The caudal fin is green with red rows of spots and has bright yellow tips. The dorsal fins is marked as is the caudal fin.