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Dragon and Extreme Dragon Differences


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Can someone explain the difference between a dragon and an extreme dragon tb? Is it the black which makes it "extreme"? Would this guy be considered dragon?

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The dark dragon color is a resulting mix of Red Wine x BKK. A lot Taiwan Bee are kept together when they shouldn't be. I know my Red Wine have panda blood but I like the dark marbling.

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I always refer to my "dragons" as wine reds. Some are darker than others. I just thought the price difference was amusing.

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I recently got some ruby reds and they are all on a spectrum of having the marbling. Some have very little at all. I do like the look of the marbling, but I have one that looks very dark, like almost black. Does that mean the shrimp most likely will produce other varieties of TB, such as BKK and panda?

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I recently got some ruby reds and they are all on a spectrum of having the marbling. Some have very little at all. I do like the look of the marbling, but I have one that looks very dark, like almost black. Does that mean the shrimp most likely will produce other varieties of TB, such as BKK and panda?

Yup.

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I think the pure red is becoming rarer and rarer, which makes me think the dragon is a dominant gene.

I really need more tanks! :P

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