Location: Middle TN
Favorite Fish:: Anything that's not belly up!
|Subject: molly genetics 2/19/2012, 1:29 pm|| |
Does anyone know of a site that discusses general molly inheritance patterns? I've been looking everywhere and can't find anything except people complaining that they can't find anything either.
Location: gentry arkansas
Favorite Fish:: mollies and platys
|Subject: Re: molly genetics 2/28/2012, 4:50 pm|| |
i couldn't find anything either but most of my fry look like the parents with a few that are always different. my last batch came from a white lyretail female and white sailfin male and most of them are white with a blue/silver sheen with a few that are dark. i know that with young lyretails their tales will look like normal molly tails for a long time and will eventually start shaping up. hope this might help a little
Location: Jamestown, NY
Favorite Fish:: Sailfin Mollies, Rainbow Cichlids, and Red Point Honduran Cichlid. I also have 2 types of Cory Cats, 3 types of Plecos, Endler mixes, Electric Yellow Labs and Jewel Cichlids.
|Subject: Re: molly genetics 6/7/2012, 9:45 am|| |
Maybe it would help me, if you have a specific question. I have been working on breeding my own color of Sailfin Mollies called Pumpkin Heads. The color is not done being created yet, but the genetics will be very strong. I used a lot of different parents to create the starting fish. After 2 years of breeding, I am about to begin breeding all of the similar colors. I am breeding towards a Neon Orange Head on a black body. I am not an expert, but still might have noticed the answer.
I have heard of an old book and the author, that specialized in Molly gentics.
Location: Euless, Texas
Favorite Fish:: Betta's,Fancy Guppies, Plecos, kio.
|Subject: Re: molly genetics 6/7/2012, 1:02 pm|| |
I just did a Google search for Molly forums. If you can get on one they may be able to help you.