I got a new series with a Jade colour.

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I got a new series with a Jade colour.

Post by redface » Thu Aug 26, 2010 12:13 am

:H :H

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Post by redface » Thu Aug 26, 2010 12:15 am

here goes on ~~

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Post by LauLanChu » Thu Aug 26, 2010 8:00 am

This could have stirred up alot of butterfly interest, more...!
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Re: I got a new series with a Jade colour.

Post by takanada » Sun Aug 29, 2010 10:23 am

redface wrote:here goes on ~~

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cool i like it
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Post by wolverine » Sun Aug 29, 2010 10:33 am

Although the photo come from the same farm and the fish have similar pattern, i suspect this is a 'collection farm'. That means, these fish are not breed in the farm. These fish come from different breeders.

If you look at these fish, you will able to see different kind of tail shape. So when buying butterfly, you can also try to collect different tail shape, that makes it more interesting.
Happy butterfly hunt.
:) :)

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Post by redface » Sun Aug 29, 2010 11:55 pm

wolverine wrote:Although the photo come from the same farm and the fish have similar pattern, i suspect this is a 'collection farm'. That means, these fish are not breed in the farm. These fish come from different breeders.

If you look at these fish, you will able to see different kind of tail shape. So when buying butterfly, you can also try to collect different tail shape, that makes it more interesting.
Happy butterfly hunt.
:) :)
Dear Wolverine, these fishes r came from the same farm, and there's only one breeder. Chk the pic below. It's located in Shanghai, and u guys would be very welcome to be here.
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Post by wolverine » Mon Aug 30, 2010 2:33 am

redface wrote:
wolverine wrote:Although the photo come from the same farm and the fish have similar pattern, i suspect this is a 'collection farm'. That means, these fish are not breed in the farm. These fish come from different breeders.

If you look at these fish, you will able to see different kind of tail shape. So when buying butterfly, you can also try to collect different tail shape, that makes it more interesting.
Happy butterfly hunt.
:) :)
Dear Wolverine, these fishes r came from the same farm, and there's only one breeder. Chk the pic below. It's located in Shanghai, and u guys would be very welcome to be here.
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Interesting!!!
i know (or near) shanghai farm very well. i would be happy to visit you when i get a chance.

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Post by judge » Wed Oct 20, 2010 11:43 am

wolverine - what is your favorite butterfly tail?

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Post by wolverine » Wed Oct 20, 2010 3:48 pm

judge wrote:wolverine - what is your favorite butterfly tail?
There is an old article from Fynnmood Club homepage:
http://www.fynnmood.sg/articles_butterfly_trail.html

In that article, i like the last type of tail shape called Shuan Shu Tail
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Post by judge » Wed Oct 20, 2010 9:53 pm

wolverine wrote: There is an old article from Fynnmood Club homepage:
http://www.fynnmood.sg/articles_butterfly_trail.html

In that article, i like the last type of tail shape called Shuan Shu Tail
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I love that tail also. I have never bred butterfly, from a spawn of Shuan Shu Tail how much Shuan Shu tail could you get?

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Post by wolverine » Wed Oct 20, 2010 10:41 pm

judge wrote:
wolverine wrote: There is an old article from Fynnmood Club homepage:
http://www.fynnmood.sg/articles_butterfly_trail.html

In that article, i like the last type of tail shape called Shuan Shu Tail
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I love that tail also. I have never bred butterfly, from a spawn of Shuan Shu Tail how much Shuan Shu tail could you get?
i'm shameful to say, throughout my entire goldfish keeping, i never practice goldfish breeding.

Shuan Shu Tail belongs to certain bloodline of dragon-eye. But if you are lucky, one or two offspring (fries) from common dragon-eye gene can be obtained.

The uniqueness is that beside having very strong cadual fin rays, the first ray is pointing towards the eyes.

i'm not sure from 'not-so-pure' bloodline.
But from a 'PURE' bloodline, the percentage is pretty high. 70% to 80% is not a uncommon........HOWEVER, after culling from minor defects here and there. It could drop down to 20% to 25%.

Do pardon my figures, again it is a recollection from my rusty memories.

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Post by judge » Sat Oct 23, 2010 3:28 am

wolverine, Thank you for your article. Best write up. You are one of the most knowledgeable person that I had the pleasure of discussing the beauty of Butterfly. I'll hit you up for your judgement/comments when I breed this beautiful breed....

Thanks.

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Post by wolverine » Sat Oct 23, 2010 10:47 am

judge wrote:wolverine, Thank you for your article. Best write up. You are one of the most knowledgeable person that I had the pleasure of discussing the beauty of Butterfly. I'll hit you up for your judgement/comments when I breed this beautiful breed....

Thanks.
Thank you for your kind words.
i have great admiration for home-breeder (hobbyist) or professional breeder like you. It is through you that i learned. :) :) :)

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