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I've only recently got into endlers, and already I've got a few very peculiar males popping up and I'm thinking of line-breeding them some time in the future. These came from completely legitimate parents and there has been no contamination of varieties, so these are purely mutations that come from the actual varieties themselves. In addition to these two males I have a few other strange males, just haven't got around to photographing them yet.

 

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The above male came from my colony of Opal Endlers. It looks like a blonde but doesn't even have the red markings. I'll just need to work on getting the tail sorted out in his offspring as it's a bit deformed (as you can see it is angled downwards).

 

 

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This male came out of a colony of Tiger Endlers, and looks nothing like what a Tiger Endler should, as it has the beginnings of a double sword as opposed to a pin-tail (about as opposite of a tail shape to a double sword as you can get). 

 

 

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jayc

Very nice.

I love how many varieties you get with endlers.

 

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Disciple

Very cool. I like the tiger one.

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