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the early "crowntails" were delta tails with the rays extending a little way past the webbing. This was a new development and christened "comb tail". You sometime get these when you cross CT with VT. The IBC initially classed these types of fish as "fringe finned" With a lot of work the combtail was developed into the stunning crossray CT you see today. Aint genetics grand? :lol:

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My little pink/red guy 'Haro' is a combtail. Basically he just has the normal vt tail, with slight ray extension on the ends. Not the amount that Mousie's Pig has. :P I would get a pic, but after he recovered from columnaris last year, all the combing disappeared in his regrowth. Weird! :lol:

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