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    Asagi x Goshiki

    Hi All,

    I had a spawn yesterday an am interested on peoples thought on this pairing as a friend of mine indicated this could be a good match to get Hi Plate on Asagi to a deeper red,
    An anther has said its a waste,
    Would appreciate any info on what could happen (if anyone has paired this before) and what would you mainly cull for Asagi only or try to look for pattern of kohaku which will turn into Goshiki ?[ATTACH=CName:  IMG_0878-2.jpg
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    Good looking parents Steve ... and lots of golden eggs! As you may recall, I've had an interest in crossing asagi with goromo (but have not done it), which is somewhat similar to what you are doing.

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Sibly View Post
    ... what would you mainly cull for Asagi only or try to look for pattern of kohaku which will turn into Goshiki?
    Just an uneducated hunch, but I'd keep watching any of either type that look like they may have potential, and mainly just cull the deformed or weak/skinny for a while. I also wonder if you could get anything really unusual, like a hi kohaku pattern on a blue background. In any case, I look forward to seeing what they look like as they progress.

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    Hi Matt,

    Thanks mate, yeah i'll keep you posted with anything that might potentially be good, But I'm doubting it for sum reason an thinking it is a waste of time. But we'll see

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    One or two winners would still be a success ... Good luck



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    Thanks Delbert,

    Thats it mate i only need 2 or 3 so hopefully things will pan out

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    Heading to school.



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    No Koi imports allowed into Aus.

    I presume the parents are local yokels, born and bred?

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    You Presume Correct Garfield Local Yokels they are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Sibly View Post
    You Presume Correct Garfield Local Yokels they are.
    I am looking forward to following up on the results.

    Quite handsome parents considering.

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    How are the fish going Steve. I too am from WA so I'm keen to see how they turn out. Keep us posted!

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    Hi Arid,

    Here are some photos they are not good, i will cull these hopefully back to about 20 as there are 60 now, Asagi isn't good to look at but fantastic pattern on Goshiki's, You probably won't see in these pics so when i cull next ill take some close up shots.Name:  IMG_2047.JPG
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    Looking forward to those pics. Thanks for the update Steve.

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    What,s happen to those photos Steve?

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    Sorry Peeps,

    Had a lot on a no chance to get to them soon though.

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    A few Pic's peeps, There were no good Asagi to add (All had grey on the nose) just these goshiki's Name:  IMG_2185.jpg
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    Thanks for the up date .... Steve.



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    Good looking prospects Steve. Nice going.

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    I like the pattern on that goshiki in the second photo and the build on a couple of those robust little asagi.

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