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wayne6442

A little while ago someone asked what you could expect when you breed from Wild Type Cherries!!

I have had a tank online now for around 9 months This tank was only stocked with 19 wild type cherries sourced from my Red and Sunkist breeding programmes. no other stock has been added. A number of generations are now present and I am amazed at what is starting to show up. I took a few crap pictures this afternoon just to show what can happen. Sorry for the picture quality, NOGGI WHERE ARE YOU! ENJOY!post-277-139909851434_thumb.jpgpost-277-139909851439_thumb.jpgpost-3452-139909861629_thumb.jpgpost-3463-139909861632_thumb.jpgpost-3463-139909861636_thumb.jpgpost-1840-139909851443_thumb.jpgpost-1840-139909851448_thumb.jpgpost-1840-139909851453_thumb.jpg

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Squiggle

Nice pics Wayne, they looks awesome:encouragement: some pretty nice shrimp too :victorious:

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BlueBolts

It was me..... thanks for the update. Was curious, and great to see the potential in them ! Is the cherry shrimp in the 2nd picture golden ?

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ineke

Amazing Wayne no wonder there are so many variants available :encouragement:

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wayne6442

Yes it has a gold tinge to it , there are several shades of red, green, yellow, brown, blue and two blackish :rolleyes: obviously someone from way back must have been playing up:confused: I am just going to let them all stay happy together and see what else shows up.

MORE TANKS NEEDED ME THINK""

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chabbs

What a lovely range of colours :)

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BlueBolts
MORE TANKS NEEDED ME THINK""

........ Without a doubt.

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