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Hybrid Badis

This topic contains 10 replies, has 6 voices, and was last updated by  ncnc 8 years, 5 months ago.

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  • #300329

    Matt
    Keymaster

    Cue Richard Wilson; “I….don’t…belieeeeeeve it!” Possibly B. badis x B. ruber or assamensis? What do you guys think?

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    #314879

    Eyrie
    Participant

    One question comes to mind.

    Why?

    #314880

    andy rushworth
    Participant

    I know its quite disturbing really ,typical of some people no matter what beauty nature has some buffoon trys to change it .

    #314883

    Matt
    Keymaster

    It seems to be all about money imo. E.g. B. assamensis comes in and it’s gorgeous. Unfortunately hardly anyone goes to collect the wild fish so its retail price is relatively high. Unscrupulous breeder figures expensive fish = demand so tries to create something similar-looking which can potentially bring the bucks in; hence this new monstrosity. Sigh…

    Andy, buffoon is surely too polite!

    #314885

    andy rushworth
    Participant

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    #314886

    retro_gk
    Participant

    ruber x badis or a line bred sport. Glaser seems to be bringing in a lot of hybrids.

    #314887

    keith565
    Participant

    got to agree with the comments, WHY spoil mother nature in its glory. grrrrrr

    #314890

    Matt
    Keymaster

    Cash money cash money.

    #314898

    keith565
    Participant

    all doing well Matt. settled in great. love to watch the loaches going for the bloodworms, hmm, might have a hard time handing them over lmao

    #314933

    Matt
    Keymaster

    Cheers Keith, good to know. /tongue.gif” style=”vertical-align:middle” emoid=”:p” border=”0″ alt=”tongue.gif” />

    #314941

    ncnc
    Participant

    The example of the Piebald-Badis clearly shows on the other hand that it is very dangerous to cross fish of unknown origin. Nevertheless these hybrids are pretty aquarium inhabitants that can be kept like all Badis.

    from glaser website –
    ‘dangerous to cross fish of unknown origin’ but hey , what the hell, they are pretty and theyll sell.

    dissapointing.

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