WW&Back/White offspring

WW&Back/White offspring

Postby wbtt18 » Mon May 04, 2015 6:01 pm

I have a breeding pair of Wyoming White & Black/White is spawning right now. Does anyone knows what their offspring will be?
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Re: WW&Back/White offspring

Postby Jake Levi » Wed May 06, 2015 10:48 am

I am guestimating some of each, with many in-between, keep us posted place, this next week will be fascinating.
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Re: WW&Back/White offspring

Postby joebean » Wed May 06, 2015 11:38 am

you will get mocha(brown) fancy/davinci. Not very interesting in my humble opinion.
sea and reef already offers completly black and white fancy/davinci
http://blog.aquanerd.com/2014/11/sea-an ... nfish.html
I'd switch the male for something funkier
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Re: WW&Back/White offspring

Postby wbtt18 » Thu May 07, 2015 4:17 am

Thanks for response guys
Joebean, According to link you provided, Mochavinci came from B&W+Davinci if I understood correctly.
My first survival batch was small and only about 15 made through about 14 days now. I saw most are like B&W and no WW, might be still too small and only a few survival to tell if there are something else.
my next batch is much bigger about 300 eggs and will be hatched this Friday (9 days). Hope there are more survival and will know more in one month.
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Re: WW&Back/White offspring

Postby Jake Levi » Fri May 08, 2015 8:25 am

Your mocha will produce a variety of colors so don't cull them all.

Let us know please when the hatch happens.
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Re: WW&Back/White offspring

Postby wbtt18 » Mon May 11, 2015 5:01 pm

Not good, the batch hatched but most died next day and all gone by day three. I have not lost a batch in last 4-5 months. I afraid the dying problem come back a gain, can't raise another batch until one or two months later, too busy and out of town.

BTW: my other pair Phantom/WW just laid yesterday with small batch. What do you guys thinks their off spring will be. I guess their might be some extreme Phantom.
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