There are of course the BlackBerry silver dollars, said to be hybrids produced in Asia. I don’t pretend to know better than the rumors around, but they appear to be hybrids indeed. No known species of Myleus or Myloplus looks like that. Judging from the short adipose on blackberries, those are the genera they are likely to be in. From their appearance, my guess is that their hybridization included the thin bar (red finned) form regarded as Myloplus sp. ‘scomburgkii’, which is certainly different from the real M. schomburgkii (wide bar), and another species. Also, I have never heard of anybody who has bred them, and the rumors are they are not reproductively viable. Again, none of this is my first hand knowledge. I have not owned any and I generally don’t like man made hybrids.Hybrid fish always seem intriguing but doesn't seem like many people have them
If you have hybrid fish post your hybrid fish
also im curious if there is such a thing as silver dollar hybrids or piranha hybrids
F FJB mentioned that there are hybrid silvers out there.or would it be better to try a hybrid cichlid project of some kind?
can silver dollars even hybridize?