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    Thread: Two unique koi from a flock spawn.

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      Two unique koi from a flock spawn.

      I pulled one of the ponds that have offspring from a flock spawn. One is a Kin KI Utsuri the photo does not do this on justice. The other defies classification but I would like your opinion

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      I think you're supposed to take photos of Koi, in the water...lol

      Great quality/pattern on the Kin Ki Utsuri for a random(?) spawn. The other appears to be a Gin Shiro Utsuri with both an extremely heavy pattern & yellow head that has weak hikari(metallic sheen).
      Is the Orange Ogon in the tub also a twin sibling? I'm curious to what the parent sets are

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      The Parent set was a flock spawn with 5 females and one Long fin Yamabuki male. Of the females two were Kohaku, one Showa and two long fin Ogon (Yamabuki and Orange) Yes I wish I had a better photo of the Kin KI Utsuri but at the time the pond water in the bowl was murky and as it turned out the photo in my hands is not what I was hoping for either. I promise to follow up with better pictures of this one next year.

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      Nice parent koi.

      Would be easier to judge if you keep the fish in water and preferably in a blue bowl.

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