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Well I decided to mix some red rillies and some low grade blue velvet a few months back and the end results have been a interesting. So far todate the off spring have been of varying colors, wild type, nearly solid black, RCS, a few blue velvets, and a few that I belive are called carbons. below are some lousy photos.4f52668e55813e02e888e2db4d86063d.jpg

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That surprises me. Because BV came from RR, You should end up getting cherry, RR, BBRR, and BV. Thanks for sharing your results.

Thanks. I was realy surprised as well. That black one is currently carrying eggs and they have eye spots. I wonder what these ones will look like. So far the RCS far out number every thing else.
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The carbons developed first. They seem to be the result of mixing the RR and the BV. When the eggs hatch I didn't get many there was a mixture of carbons, wilds and RCS low grade. Now that they are a fee month old and Cleary identifiable u need to pull the wilds and RCS and place them in there own tank.

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