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Thread: Bulgarian Green Variations

  1. #11
    Nice update. Love how detailed your photos are!

  2. #12
    I've noticed that many of the bg, and especially the seal points, acquire the swept back, hooked?, dorsal.....at what stage does this develop ?...
    Jon
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  3. #13
    As this is my first batch which should produce some bg/bg fish, the best I can offer is, "watch this space".

    But beyond that I'm not entirely clear what you're describing, do you have a photo of a fish with that trait?
    Blessed are the cheesemakers!

  4. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by Pterophyllum View Post
    As this is my first batch which should produce some bg/bg fish, the best I can offer is, "watch this space".

    But beyond that I'm not entirely clear what you're describing, do you have a photo of a fish with that trait?
    Jon
    He attacked everything in life with a mix of extraordinary genius and naive incompetence, and it was often difficult to tell which was which.
    - Douglas Adams

    http://www.mugwump-fish-world.com/index.php

  5. #15
    I've not noticed that bg's are particularly prone to that, but I would regard it as a flaw and therefore not something that I would try to breed for.
    My suspicion is that it's environmentally, rather than genetically influenced, but that said, have noticed that some slight dorsal kinks and bends do seem to go down the generations, so these days, I pay particular attention to fin irregularities when selecting potential breeders.
    Blessed are the cheesemakers!

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