The Odessa barb (Pethia padamya) is a species of cyprinid fish known from Central Myanmar where it is known to occur in an artificial pond above the Anisakan Falls and also from the lower Chindwin River.
The male has a beige to light brown background color, but is noted for the bright red stripe running the length of the body. The male also has red irises with a narrow black streak through the middle of the eye. The dorsal, anal, and pelvic fins of the male are yellowish green in color with contrasting black spots.
The female is plainly colored with a light beige body and a reflecting silvery sheen on the scales. The fins of the female are a light yellowish green; however, only the dorsal fin contains the contrasting black spots, which are fainter than those of the male. Both sexes have a black and prominent spot in the dorsal area, as well as a smaller spot in the caudal area.
Source: Wikipedia contributors. (2018, February 15). Odessa barb. In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 01:32, October 19, 2019, from https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Odessa_barb&oldid=825774476