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PostSubject: A home breed yellow ogon.....   Sat Jan 23, 2010 5:10 pm

A home breed yellow ogon.....



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PostSubject: Re: A home breed yellow ogon.....   Sat Jan 23, 2010 5:46 pm

hi sas, not bad, i like the brightness of the colour.

On this variety colour en eveness of scales are very important. Is that a loose scale on the fish towards the rear?

I have a video where Hannes Uys talks about metalic kois; breeding them are not so straigh forward apprently as they have genetic problems with:

1. Clipped pectoral fins
2 Slightly protruding eyes
3. Gill plates not covering the complete gill filament.

Did you breed this one?
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PostSubject: Re:   Sat Jan 23, 2010 9:32 pm

wayneb wrote:
hi sas, not bad, i like the brightness of the colour.

On this variety colour en eveness of scales are very important. Is that a loose scale on the fish towards the rear?

I have a video where Hannes Uys talks about metalic kois; breeding them are not so straigh forward apprently as they have genetic problems with:

1. Clipped pectoral fins
2 Slightly protruding eyes
3. Gill plates not covering the complete gill filament.

Did you breed this one?

Hi wayneb,

Thanks for your reply.

Yes,i breed this one.

And i still got a lot in my pond, this is just one of them. I need to sell some in the future......ha ha....

They all more or least this quality.

I think it's not a missing scale, just something floating in the water.
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