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    Quote Originally Posted by swervo513;5153920;
    Cant be a cross with a flowerhorn because parrots themselves are sterile and can not produce young - from what I know. I am surprised that no one has heard of these guys. I guess they are fairly new to the trade.
    Blood Parrot males are sterile but the female can interbreed with with any male Central American Cichlid. Older than 7 years, not fairly new.
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    Quote Originally Posted by swervo513;5156056;
    so how do you make a killin parrot?
    FH x BP, only a few of the fry turn out as Kilin Parrots.
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    Thanks for the information. If I had known more about it I would have posted in the appropriate section. I only knew it was a hybrid
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    Sure it's an hybrid of FH with some fish else... This in the picture is an FH Kamfa malau, your fish really looks like it, put in a parrotfish shape,
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    it's a plain unfaded blood parrot. That's how they look when small. Then they row up and fade



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    Quote Originally Posted by the animal guy View Post
    it's a plain unfaded blood parrot. That's how they look when small. Then they row up and fade
    Actually no that a Kirin Parrot. It has flowerlines and not typical black spots, also has pearling around the flowerlines and the trademark black tear.

    Why did you bring up this old thread out of curiosity.
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