Goldfish color genetics

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    Pondguy3579

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    Just wondering about this, and I also want to create my own breed of slimbodied goldfish with cool colors
     
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    Is there a question there?
     
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    @Pondguy3579 I haven't got any books on Goldfish Genetics but I do know but I do of one that goes into and covers this very subject however it is a koi book ,
    Here is the Title ISBN number and Authors name you can buy it either from Amazon or Ebay :-

    It is called Inheritance of Colour's ( Use the American Spelling Color's ),and evolution of koi and Carp.
    "A study about genetic diversity of carp population's , inheritance of color traits in koi and evolution of the tetraploid genome of this species".ISBN 9783639154757 by Lior David .
    The only other book I have is about goldfish but the fancy variety.....

    Fancy Goldfish " a complete guide to care and collecting ISBN 1859749577, By Dr Erik L Johnson DVM and Richard E Hess , Photograph's by Fred Rosenzweig
    Its not much in the way of information but I do hope it helps you my friend , (good luck hunting out other Goldfish books that may or may not answer all of your questions

    Dave 54
     
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    Thanks for your help!
     
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