I'm sure there is another thread like this but I'm too lazy to look right now.
I have a question! So my friend and I will be breeding, we currently have a Black Copper CT boy called Osiris, he has a full 180 spread and is a Double Ray I believe, here is the boy's AB picture:
And from a few day's ago, so really he's only changed his white tips to black which was kind of expected but we hoped he wouldn't.
We have two choices for female at the current moment, a regular dark Copper CT girl who is also a Double Ray but her spread is only DeT, but she's got decent web reduction.
Or the twin sister to this male who is a CTPK black copper
Now my question is this:
Which is harder to remove from a line, a DeT spread or getting back to longer fins after breeding with a CTPK
I understand if we breed with the CTPK we'll get varying fin lengths, but the fact remains that he is a 180 spread as I assume the girl would be (getting her pic tomorrow) where the copper girl is a very small spread, barely reaching 155 I think, maybe 160 but either way she's a DeT, not ever Super DeT. Any insight on this would be nice. Of course I know the CTPK is very long bodied but I feel it would contrast Osiris nicely, the copper girl does have good form all around though.