I didn't see this in any other section, I would have thought that it would be best placed in the Breeding Livebearers section. However, I will give you my estimation of the genotype.
The base genetics are fairly simple. It has Red genes, Albino genes, and Hifin genes. The one question mark is whether or not it has the Gold genes needed to produce the velvety color in non-albinos. I suspect that it does, but would have to outcross to verify that.
However, the quality of the Hifin suggests a carefully bred line to find all the right modifiers for the dorsal shape and size; or maybe they were outcrossed with another species, such as X. variatus
, which seems to naturally develop the best dorsals. Further outcrossing with other Sword lines could help determine that. Send me a couple pairs and I'd be glad to do that for you!
I've had Red Albinos with that same shade of Red, though in my strain it seemed to be slightly variable in intensity. There seems to be something about the albinism that makes the red cells overproduce; you often see them with pigment developing over the lens of their eyes.