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Old 31-12-17, 18:43
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Hi all,
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Originally Posted by troy2a08 View Post
Hello! Two weeks ago I had juveniles.On the nest sat the male Ancistrus Super Red......In the aquarium except for Super red there are L144, L182 and two males L104. I would like to know the opinions of the forum participants who participated in spawning
I don't think they are hybrids.

The reason would be that "Super Red" and the albino ("L144") are both colour forms of the Common Bristlenose (Ancistrus cf. cirrhosus). I would assume that the female was an albino Common Bristlenose and that the fry are normally coloured (type) Bristlenoses.

I don't know about the red "gene" (allele), but the albino allele is definitely recessive, so any fry would be wild type coloured.

cheers Darrel
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