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PostSubject: New fish   Fri Feb 26, 2010 8:58 am

Hi

Here are pics of the new additions to my collection. Please supply comments and let me know what you guys think of them.

1 - Kohaku female (+-20cm)
Matsunosuke and Asoghoa bloodline (Not sure on last one's spelling).


2 - Sanke female (+-23cm)
Matsunosuke and Asoghoa bloodline


3 - Shusui female (+-30)
Matsunosuke bloodline


3 - Shusui male (+-40)
Matsunosuke bloodline
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PostSubject: Re: New fish   Fri Feb 26, 2010 9:25 am

In my personal unprofessional opinion.

No1 - I feel just too much hi, not enough shiro, also not crazy about the hi that goes into the tail, nice white pectorals tho, also feel just too much hi on the face.

No2 - Would have liked more hi on the face, also just feel the hi is too much on the back, altho I must say that good sanke's I've seen sort of have a the characteristic's this one has, would have just wanted more hi on the face and more shiro breaking up some of the hi n the back

No3 - back looks very messy, looks abit untidy to my

No4 - out of the 4 this is my favourite, looks well balanced and clean

This is my opinion, just like I would have appreciated anyone's opinion when I post my similar threads... Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: New fish   Fri Feb 26, 2010 9:38 am

These were basically gambles. These fish are still very young and small and have A LOT of development still to come. The Kohaku for instance has a lot of Hi but if I look on the sides it looks like it might develop a very nice patern.

As for the Shusui. I'm hoping that the female cleans up as nicely as the male when she's his size. These aren't show fish but might be nice breeding fish.
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PostSubject: Fish   Sun Feb 28, 2010 6:54 pm

Hi where are they from plus price please.
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PostSubject: Re: New fish   Mon Mar 01, 2010 7:33 am

Well I got them at the special price of R200 each from Karni Fish Farm....
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