So I have 7 Glo Tetras that are actually genetically altered Black Skirts and I want info if anyone has kept them or done research on them etc. Thanks!
does that mean when they breed that genetic modification is present and manifested in the offspring?It's carried in the genetics of the animal and is passed down
not fond of that... nor excessive hybridization like Blood Parrot Cichlids, Flower Horns.... nor breeding for deformities like Balloon Rams, Bubble-Eye Goldfish, BullDog Discus..It's better than how you get "mixed fruit tetra" I hate those people.
Yes, it does, or so I've been told. I've never had any of the glofish before. They're supposedly stable genetically and it breed true. I haven't necessarily avoided them on purpose I just honestly like the natural form much better.call me a purist... I like Black Skirt Tetras, but dislike even the long fin varities... could never imagine raising them with Jellyfish DNA imbedded within themselves....
does that mean when they breed that genetic modification is present and manifested in the offspring?