First of all, I am not the best fish photographer. If anyone has any pointers on how to do it with as little stress to the fish as possible I would love to hear it! I try not to handle them too much, and I hand feed them most of the time, but I can tell they still dont enjoy being held for photos. I bought these in July as fry from Jeff Hiller. They all had tri or red/white parents and they all turned out pretty much solid color. My luck, eh? I will be selling/trading 2 (to make space for a couple of different colors) and would appreciate your opinion on them. They are young yet, only about 8 months old. I want to keep the three with the best potential to look gorgeous in my patio pond. They are fed Repashy soilent green, saki hikari color enhancing sinking pellets, and frozen bloodworms and brine shrimp. 1.) Black Butterfly. He is the largest, with the largest tail, and has retained his black coloring. I am assuming he will turn solid orange/red someday. 2.) Black Bi-color: He is in the process of transitioning from black to solid orange. I'm hoping some white is still hiding, but I doubt it... 3.) Orange with white: This guy has a bit of white around his eyes and on his tail. He is one of my favorites 4.) Solid Orange: This guy has a gorgeous big tail. Once that black fades he will be completely solid orange. 5.) Orange with a bit of white: This guy is mostly orange but has the most white of any of the others. He has two small white crescents. He has the smallest tail of the 5.