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    Create your own hybrid....

    Discussion in 'Flowerhorn, Blood Parrots and Other Cichlid Crosse' started by demjor19, Sep 6, 2007.

    1. demjor19

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      I thought it would be fun to see what kind of fish people would hybridize if you could mix any species together. This is just for fun, so anything goes, practicality doesnt matter. Pictures/drawings make this much more interesting and it can be for personality or looks, or both!! Here is one of mine: My 13" Black Rhom mixed with my 8.5" Front

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      Nice Rhomtosa! How big? LOL.
       
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      lol Well, He's about 11" since that is about half way between 8 and 13.

      Both my Rhom and Front are very layed back so I think this guy would be a great fish to sit back and relax watching.
       
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      lepord shark with a feather bleny:headbang2
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      Mine already exists :D
      Just need to go out and get one!!!!!

      Lepisosteus osseus x Atractosteus spatula

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      When and where are you going to get one or two of those beast?;)
       
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      Here's mine.

      It's a Doscar or an Oscog......can't remember which.

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      I know where and when is just a matter of having enough time free......
      These are popping up as naturally reproducing in a specific locality.

      No worries Jordan I'll surely tell you when we go after these ;)
       
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      I have one. It's an Oscog. Drinks alot of water and pees everywhere!:irked:
       
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      Naturally occurring hybrids?
       

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