Welcome, Philippine Blue Gene The Angelfish Society accepts a new gene

Welcome, Philippine Blue Gene
The Angelfish Society accepts a new gene
BOD Moves to Accept the Blue Gene
Board of Directors Accept the Philippine Blue Gene
Leslie James
Standards Committee Chair
We are pleased to announce that we have accepted the Philippine Blue gene into the Society. Mr. Ken Kennedy originally discovered the gene around the year of 2005 and it has since become the most popular of genetic breeding out there.
List of Accepted Standards:
• Philippine Blue – pb/pb with or without other hidden (recessive) genes and prefixed the name
• Silver, Smokey, Half black, Zebra, Ghost, Streaked, Pearlscale, Marble, Silver Gold Marble (Gm/+ only), and Albino
• As well as any combination of the listed known compatible genes. Including all fin types.
• Paraiba for Blushing (S/S) with pb/pb, as well as prefixed to the name when combined with other listed compatible genes
• Pinoy for D/+, D/D, D/g with pb/pb and prefixed to the name when combined with other listed compatible genes, with or without Stripeless (S/+ only)
• Pinoy Paraiba for D/+, D/D, D/g, with Blushing(S/S) and pb/pb, as well as prefixed to the name when combined with other listed compatible genes, with or without Albino
• Platinum for g/g with pb/pb, and prefixed to the name when combined with other listed compatible genes, with or without Stripeless (S/+ only)
• Platinum Paraiba for g/g, with pb/pb combined with Blushing(S/S), as well as prefixed to the name when combined with other listed compatible genes
• Platinum Marble for Gm/g, or Gm/Gm with pb/pb, and prefixed to the name when combined with other listed compatible genes, with or without Stripeless (S/+ only)
• Paraiba Koi for Gm/g, or Gm/Gm with pb/pb combined with Blushing (S/S), as well as prefixed to the name when combined with other listed compatible genes

We have tried to stay as close to Mr. Kennedy’s names as possible as he was the one who brought this wonderful gene to our attention. While the library is updated with pictures, this will be the standing naming convention. All members of TAS must strictly adhere to the naming convention set up by the Standards Committee. As Mr. Cartmell was the one to confirm Mr. Kennedy’s findings, look for his detailed article in the next edition of the newsletter. If there are any questions please email the Standards Committee at standardscommittee@theangelfishsociety.org

The Angelfish Society link
http://www.theangelfishsociety.org/newsletters/2013_Sept_LowRes_v30.pdf

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