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Old 10-14-2009
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Hi,

This is not correct. It was first a mutation and then was selected....


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Like my Xanthic Ilangi sub adult I'm growing out right now. A natural mutation.

Echt schon!! Thanks for sharing.

How many (percentage) are normal phase and how many are solids? Do you have some half, or not entirely yellow, but not entirely normal either?

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Hello,

it is 100% yellow Kiriza, no normal Kiriza. They are only adult completely yellow.

have you a photo from the xantic ilangi?

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Hi Holger, so are the fry all yellow/gold kiriza as I heard you need to cull the normal kirizas from the yellows or is there even a ratio of normal vs yellow? They are gorgeous fish!

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it is 100% yellow Kiriza, no normal Kiriza. They are only adult completely yellow.

have you a photo from the xantic ilangi?

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Hi Geost,

I did not understand everything, I translate with google translator .

My Kiriza yellow are Kiriza yellow. There are no normal Kiriza. Kiriza yellow adult are completely yellow. The female and semiadulten show a little black smoke on the head and tail.

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Hi Holger,

es geht denen hier darum ob die Nachzuchten alle yellows sind oder ob da auch normale Kiriza dabei sind.

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Hi Holger, I think I understand what you say now. I've read on one of the forums about normal kiriza from the fry of goldens so that is why I asked. Oh well, can't believe everything you read on the internet.

Thanks for the clarification.

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I did not understand everything, I translate with google translator .

My Kiriza yellow are Kiriza yellow. There are no normal Kiriza. Kiriza yellow adult are completely yellow. The female and semiadulten show a little black smoke on the head and tail.

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Hi,

@Gernot: Ich weiß was gemeint war, aber mit meinen marginalen Englischkenntnissen kann ich mich eben nicht so richtig ausdrücken (hätte ich mal in der Schule besser aufgepasst, wobei bei uns ja mehr russisch gefordert war )

Wenn du so nett wärst, nochmal in "astreinem" Englisch zu erklären, dass unter den Nachzuchten von den kiriza yellow keine normalen kiriza sind. Richtig interessant wäre zu wissen wo die zuerst aufgetaucht sind, bei wem und wie lange es gedauert hat diese erbfest zu züchten.

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Great looking Kiriza. They look like small Petro Moshi.

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