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Re: [Killietalk] gardneri coloring
I have found that all of my gardneri locations will vary some in coloring
and it is important to chose fish for breeding that maintain the color
qualities of their kind. I also think much of the color variations are the
result of cross breeding of gardneri locations. As always I stress the
importance of keeping strict procedures to prevent any cross breeding.
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From: "rj rj" <killietalk at yahoo_com>
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Sent: Friday, September 22, 2006 10:48 PM
Subject: Re: [Killietalk] gardneri coloring
> I've got a tank of F. gardneri Makurdi. Typically if I get an odd looking
> fish I send him to fish heaven. Howver, I hatched out some Makuri. The
> dad has the nice blue to him. A couple of the young are so blue they
> appear a midnight blue to black. One is so black he doesn't have red
> spots but pale dots.
> Anybody got two cents to add? I'm planning on keeping them and seeing
> how some of their fry turn out.
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