Electric Blue Acara (Aequidens Pulcher) species profile added

Electric Blue Acara are a product of forced hybridization, which is the process of combing the eggs from a female fish with the sperm of a genetically similar donor male species. Which in the case of Blue Acara is easy to do as they lay eggs that are externally fertilized. In the case of Electric Blue Acara, Asian fish farms were able to fertilize Blue Acara eggs with the sperm from the genetically similar Electric Blue Ram. The resulting fertilized eggs are then hatched and raised in a lab, where the resulting offspring are then line bred in order to stabilize the recessive trait.

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