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Flag Tail.

Dorsal Fin

The dorsal fin is pointed and reaches up to the end of the first third of the caudal fin

Evaluation of the length

Up to the end of the first third of the caudal fin ……………….……...….5 points

Up to the caudal fin beginning ……………………………….….…..….....3 points

Less than up to the caudal fin beginning, ………………….………..1 to 2 points

Dorsal fin reaches beyond the first third of the caudal …..deduct up to 3 points

Examples of point deductions with formal defects

Not rising steeply at the beginning …..….deduct up to 3 points

Strong serrations or defects ……….….....deduct up to 2 points

Deviation from the ideal form ………...….deduct up to 7 points

The total of the points deducted shall not exceed 8.

The deduction for the same defect is only allowed once.

Caudal fin

The caudal fin has the form of a rectangle whose length amounts to

8/10 of the body length.

The width of the caudal fin is 4/10 of the body length.

The beginning of the caudal fin is rounded off.

Least length is 6/10 of the body length, least width is the largest body height.

Evaluation of the length

8/10 of the body length …………………………..……......10 points

7/10 of the body length …………………………..……...….6 points

6/10 of the body length ……..…………………..……...…...2 points

Less than 6/10 of the body length……………..………....no points

More than 8/10 of the body length ………….deduct up to 3 points

Examples of point deductions with formal defects

Rear edge concave or convex …………..…….…..deduct up to 2 points

Rear edges diagonal …………….…….…………...deduct up to 4 points

Rear edges with strong serrations or defects …....deduct up to 5 points

Upper and lower edges not parallel ……………..deduct up to 10 points

Upper and lower edges serrations or defects …....deduct up to 2 points

Corners from top and bottom edges to rear

edge too rounded off……...………..….deduct up to 2 points

The total amount of points deducted must not exceed 20.

Ideal Body Size 26mm