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RE: Mandarin morphs of any kind out there?

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Posted by: DMong at Tue Feb 22 15:15:08 2011  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by DMong ]  
   

As far as any true simple recessive trait morphs are concerned, I don't really think there is any available in the hobby that I am aware of. However, here is a link to a hypomelanistic W/C individual. It has a copyright on the photo, so I don't want to post the photo. This animal is probably long dead though. Wild-caught imports have a notoriously horrible track record for dying from stress and high parasite loads.

If this animal did survive long-term, you can bet it is worth BIG BUCKS to Mandarin breeders!!...and especially if it was a fertile male.

If you scroll about half-way down, it is with some normal Mandarin's in the next to the last column of pics. The thing is/was AWESOME!


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