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Old 06-08-2014, 01:07 AM
NeofinetiaCanada2014 NeofinetiaCanada2014 is offline
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Unusual Neo Root Color Male
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I have two neos that have unusual root formation. One side is mud roots and the other side of SAME growth throws ruby roots!!! Probably due to some variegation gene that was expressed in adulthood... Looks like new growths maintain the normal mud roots....

This above is keiga and below is akebono

Strange right?

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Old 06-08-2014, 04:29 AM
jeremiah.chua jeremiah.chua is offline
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It is indeed strange. I noticed this on my Manazuru and Shiraito nishiki. For some reason, roots that sprout out of areas that are variegated come out with ruby roots. Super neat!!
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