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9 minutes ago, SpicyFin said:

Here's an update on the blue marble guppy strain I am creating. Im getting more and more males coloring up like dad. I caught dad Mr Marble himself as well as several juvenile males in different stages of development of the body pattern and a young female that is getting white on the top line too.

Love it! I'm all out of "likes" for today 😅 . . . but this is SWEET! 

Your genetics will grind down as they inbreed unless you can figure out a way to "cross out" the line.

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1 minute ago, ArneDoug said:

Wow I love that and want it 😂 they are amazing!!! Do you plan on selling?

Thanks these are still very early in development I cant claim a true set strain they are still throwing some odd balls I am sure it will be a few years before I claim them as a set strain.  But  I would love to one day see JLs Blue Marbles in other people's fish rooms.

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22 minutes ago, James Black said:

Okay, that is the most stunning guppy i think I have ever seen! As soon as I saw it, I sware my jaw dropped open, and I couldn't close it. Congrats on making the most stuning guppy strain I have ever seen! Gourgeous! 

Thank you so much 💓  thats the  best compliment ever. I wondered if people would like them since they are short tails. Thank you for your feedback

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25 minutes ago, ArneDoug said:

I’m might ask in the breeding section but you guys might also be able to help. I have some black Moscow guppy’s and they are not coloring up all the way why and is there something I can do? There getting more color just very slowly

 

Is the father completely black or only half black?

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19 hours ago, SpicyFin said:

Here's an update on the blue marble guppy strain I am creating. Im getting more and more males coloring up like dad. I caught dad Mr Marble himself as well as several juvenile males in different stages of development of the body pattern and a young female that is getting white on the top line too.

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Wow... is all I can say.  So how many tanks does this require? 1 for mating, 1 for fry, 2 more for separating males and females, and a cull tank?

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