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    momo showa nissai

    what do you think of this showa ?
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    With a larger picture it would be easier for us to see and respond. Hopefully you will be able to post one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by midas View Post
    what do you think of this showa ?
    Beautiful fish without a doubt, anyone can see that!
    Hopefully we will learn more about it in the next couple hours.

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    kinda blurry but maybe this will help

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    Quote Originally Posted by keokoi View Post
    kinda blurry but maybe this will help
    its te zumi looks good to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by reflections View Post
    Very nice. Getting pretty close to hi showa. A classical showa will have at least some shiroji on its face. Possibly a good breeder depending on its parents and genetics. Also a very nice pond Koi.
    Are you serious?????????????

    I would love to have a pond full of fish of this quality. White on the face is not a REQUIREMENT it is just helpful in balancing out most patterns on showas. If you have any fish like this that you don't want, I'd be happy to take them off your hands!!LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by koiczar View Post
    Are you serious?????????????

    I would love to have a pond full of fish of this quality. White on the face is not a REQUIREMENT it is just helpful in balancing out most patterns on showas. If you have any fish like this that you don't want, I'd be happy to take them off your hands!!LOL

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    I agree that it is better then pond quality but at the same time....Reflections did not state it was a requirement to have white on the face. He said that the CLASSICAL showa pattern has all 3 colors on the face and that is very accurate I believe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jnorth View Post
    I agree that it is better then pond quality but at the same time....Reflections did not state it was a requirement to have white on the face. He said that the CLASSICAL showa pattern has all 3 colors on the face and that is very accurate I believe.

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    Since it is a Hi showa, I would think.
    Wouldnt it be pretty much exempt from this concept anyways, because well its a hi showa?
    Not sure its actually a hi showa, but kind of looks like one.
    Last edited by lildude; 01-27-2007 at 10:04 PM. Reason: Not sure if its hi showa or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lildude View Post
    Wouldnt it be pretty much exempt from this concept anyways, because well its a hi showa?
    No it wouldn't. A hi showa has a heavy red pattern. Therefore a classical hi showa would have a heavy red pattern and still have all 3 colors on its head.
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    Amazing . . .

    Quote Originally Posted by lildude View Post
    Since it is a Hi showa, I would think.
    Wouldnt it be pretty much exempt from this concept anyways, because well its a hi showa?
    Not sure its actually a hi showa, but kind of looks like one.
    you're confused, uncertain and wrong -- all in one post. That's not easy to do.

    Do you have to think about these kinds of posts, or do they just come naturally?

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