So, eye balling the fry upclose I can definitely tell you:
There are a few that I could see with REALLY bad fins. Where the top half of the caudal is a sliver and the bottom is larger. These will be culled.
There are a good number with the "mitten tail" look. Those who have or have had mittens know that the mitten has the large spot for your fingers and the small one for your thumb... Same concept with these fellas. The top half is the "thumb" of the mitten, the bottom the larger main part. Most if not all of these will be culled.
There are a few almost perfect ones in there. Slightly off, but doable. These will be kept. I may breed a sibling pair to get the line to continue, and enhance it.
Since Janey's a doubletail geno who knows what the background really is? :) how good looking her parents were, or weren't.
Breed for the breed, not for the money; the words any REAL breeder would understand.
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