Sunday, August 7, 2011

Cardinals in the Mystery Lab

I'm somewhat bored with Tap Fish lately. But I do like the Mystery Lab. As mentioned earlier, the only coin-bought fish you can breed in the Mystery Lab, as far as I know, are Banggai Cardinal & Spotted Cardinal (in Super Exotic; 800,000 coins each). They breed really pretty different fish, though. So far, I have bred Tri Color, Sunshine, Heart Striped, Green Striped, Yellow Striped, Silver Dollar, Fire Tail, Spotted Tail and Sea Blue Cardinal. Those each sell for 170,000 (+ 20% bonus).

Meet the parents in real life:

  Spotted Cardinalfish
 Also called "Pajama (Pyjama) Cardinalfish", it grows to a total length of about 2.5 inches (8.5 centimeters). It is considered to be of low vulnerability, and is distributed throughout much of the West Pacific, from Java to Fiji, and from the Ryukyu Islands south to the Great Barrier Reef. A hardy and peaceful fish that can live many years in a marine aquarium.  It is common to keep the social fish in groups of five or more. [From Wiki]

   Banggai Cardinalfish

A small tropical cardinalfish, popular for aquariums. It grows up to 8 centimetrers (3 intotal lengthThis species is among the relatively few marine fish to have been bred regularly in captivity, but significant numbers are still captured in the wild and it is now a threatened speciesIt is restricted to the Banggai Islands of Indonesia. [From Wiki]

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