Video Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jr4Ia8CFxCE
These are different from the fish I normally keep and breed. My main (and favorite) variety is the butterfly telescope. The butterfly telescope has little to no forking in the caudal fin lobes and a horizontally spread tail that resembles the outstretched wings of a butterfly when viewed from above. These Broadtail Moors also have little to no forking in their caudal fin lobes, but their tail is a broadtail or veiltail type as opposed to a butterfly type. This means that the tail lobes are not spread out horizontally. Their fins are also very long in relation to their body size.