So he appears to be a red dragon hmpk. He is spoon headed and his caudal is quite rounded. Other than that I can't see anything-need better pics. Red dragons are common enough to find great stock fairly cheap. I personally would buy a better male but if you want to breed him look for a girl with solid dragonscale and a smooth topline. Look high and low for tall straight outer caudal rays. Imo dragons should be very high quality to be bred because faults really stand out on them. Nobody wants messy dragons. Everyone seems to want clean color seperation and heavy full metallic scales. After saying that there is still no reason you can't eventually get super nice ds. However if you want nice selable fry right from the beginning invest in two really nice fish instead of one.
thankz. . . i have a good pair of platinum white halfmoon from our local breeder, his line won some betta show tournament. . . i just wanteD to try this dragon and see if they wilL produce good frys. .
but if my dragon has lots of faults, then i'll stick to the original pair.