Bristlenose genetics

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Benji k

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So I just brought a male longfin bristlenose I’m going to put it in my shortfin breeding tank if he breeds with a female common shortfin what will the fry be
 

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Longfin gene is dominant. Depends on if the longfin has one or two doses of the gene. If one you will get 50% short fin and 50% long fin. If two you will get all long fin.
 
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Longfin gene is dominant. Depends on if the longfin has one or two doses of the gene. If one you will get 50% short fin and 50% long fin. If two you will get all long fin.
Ok so 50-50 Ik breeding longfin male with short fin female
 

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