Commons?

Fanboy7s

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I have two super red m/f, a common bn male, albino female.

Found some eggs and let them do their thing. Have no idea what they are. They look common to me? I've had calico before but these do not look like calico to me?
Any thoughts.
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L-ko

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Hi,

Ancistrus sp. "Super Red" and Ancistrus sp. "Gold" are only cultivated forms of Ancistrus sp. "common".
Therefore it's always a form of Ancistrus sp. "common".
They don´t look like Ancistrus sp. "Super Red".
Posible are:
(mxf)
Ancistrus sp. "common" x Ancistrus sp. "Super Red"
Ancistrus sp. "common" x Ancistrus sp. "Gold"
Ancistrus sp. "Super Red" x Ancistrus sp. "Gold"

Albino is recessive. I think when they all look the same, they are Ancistrus sp. "common" x Ancistrus sp. "Gold".

Hybrids

Greetings
Elko
 
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Fanboy7s

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Hi,

Ancistrus sp. "Super Red" and Ancistrus sp. "Gold" are only cultivated forms of Ancistrus sp. "common".
Therefore it's always a form of Ancistrus sp. "common".
They don´t look like Ancistrus sp. "Super Red".
Posible are:
(mxf)
Ancistrus sp. "common" x Ancistrus sp. "Super Red"
Ancistrus sp. "common" x Ancistrus sp. "Gold"
Ancistrus sp. "Super Red" x Ancistrus sp. "Gold"

Albino is recessive. I think when they all look the same, they are Ancistrus sp. "common" x Ancistrus sp. "Gold".

Hybrids

Greetings
Elko
So basically they're commons?