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    Thread: Shiro Utsuri, Harjiro and Matsukwabake how do you tell one from another?

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      Shiro Utsuri, Harjiro and Matsukwabake how do you tell one from another?

      Can anyone help me discern the differing bloodlines between Shiro Utsuri, Harjiro and Matsukwabake and is there a simple definition for each variety ? How do you tell one from another?

      So no-one has any ideas after 258 views and no comments? Surely someone must know how to tell the difference?
      Last edited by niceshowa; 01-07-2017 at 03:00 PM.

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      So, the only difference (to my knowledge) is the sumi based on the bloodline. Hajiro is a black fish with white fins and sometimes white head its pretty stable. Matsukawabake is a scaled kumonryu, which is to say the pattern is subject to a lot of change. Also, it has sumi that runs in bands from head to tail directionally. Shiro utsuri is a more stable pattern where the sumi runs from dorsal to bellY directionally. Some people will say it wraps around the fish.

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