I have a peacock hybrid that I got last summer from Denny Rogers, one of the speakers at the EIAA summer seminar. They are called Lavender Ice and are from the OB peacock line. The only other place I have found them for sale is Rainforest Tropicals. When I got them the female was holding so I am not sure who fathered that first group but the offspring were 50% Lavender Ice and 50% OB peacocks. I just stripped the female of a batch yesterday that was fathered by my Lavender Ice male. I got 59 fry and it appears that about 10-15 of them are OB, I will have a better idea when they get a bit bigger and the patterns are a little easier to discern. If the Lavender Ice trait is dominant to the OB trait and the father of the first batch was an OB and my female is het for OB the result should be the 50/50 mix in the first batch. If my male is also het for OB I would expect the offspring of my two fish would be about 25% OB which this batch is in the range I would expect (approximately 17% at 10 and 25% at 15). So, after that explanation, what would be the BAP committee's ruling on whether I can submit these fish. If you would like additional information I will do my best to provide it. Additionally, a comment as to whether an open post like this is the best way to request this would be helpful. I thought at least for this first one it might be a good case study to show others what or what not to do. I can provide pictures if needed and I believe I posted a video of part of the spawning on my facebook page.