Posts Tagged ‘Leopoldi BlackDiamond’

Super Big Spot Black Diamond

Thursday, May 23rd, 2013

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At TopStingray, it has all along been our custom and tradition to share some of the magnificent Black Diamond freshwater stingrays we make.

 

Once again, we have done it again. We would love for everyone in the stingray world to share our pride and joy. This particular stingray came from parentage of big spot Black Diamonds.

 

Here is a picture of the stingray when it was first born. It has now qualified to become one of our Super Big Spot Black Diamond pups…

 

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This next 2 pictures shows the same Black Diamond pup growing up and look how nicely it has developed in colour and contrast. This is how we qualify our Black Diamonds to be big spot pups because if you notice, the spots on the stingray has not remained the same size, but had grown along with the stingray. Creating one of the more superior Big Spot Black Diamond pups we have made in these few months.

 

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So, with enough said, we at TopStingray would hope for everyone in the stingray world to enjoy these pictures and share with us our joys in trying to create some of the best looking freshwater Leopoldi Black Diamond stingrays in the world.

 

Until next time…

 

 

Regards

TopStingray Team

 

 

2013 Showcases

Monday, January 14th, 2013

 

Once again, TopStingray has surpassed our own standards and is now one step closer to producing the more than perfect Black Diamond.

 

This blog showcases this awesome pup which we have just got. Check out the full fledged rims and HUGE spottings. One look and immediately, anyone who is stingray crazy would know that this is an awesome ray. With spots and rims like this at such a young age, this pup shows great development capabilities.

 

Born from thousand island parentage, this pup would soon grow up to be one of our top class Black Diamond stingrays.

 

TopStingray has again proved to everyone that with the right genetics and selective pairing, great looking stingrays with awesome patterns and super white spots would be the next big thing to expect from us.

 

A little on the spots and rims. Take a close look to see how white the spots are, how big they are and check out those rims, WOW!!!

 

All in all, a super looking ray if you ask us. Anyway, enough talk for now and lets just enjoy the pictures.

 

At TopStingray, we pride ourselves in producing some of the most premium grade Black Diamonds around and we would constantly be challenging and upgrading our skills and the standards of our stingrays.

 

Check out the development of Black Diamond pupp at 7 inches down below.

 

 

2013 Stock Sneak Preview (Part #2)

Wednesday, October 3rd, 2012

 

Here is another one of the “Super” Black Diamonds we intend to launch next year.

 

Once again…

  1. Super White Spots
  2. Amazing Number of Spots
  3. Unlimited Development

 

These are the key trades of next year’s stock.

 

Enough talk!

 

                

 

We hope everyone enjoys the pictures.

 

 

Regards

TopStingray Team

 

 

Update of Black Diamond Gallery

Thursday, May 17th, 2012

New pictures have been uploaded into the Black Diamond Gallery.

 

We hope you enjoy the new pictures uploaded from TopStingray.

 

 

 

 

Galaxy P14 X Leopoldi Black Diamond

Tuesday, April 24th, 2012

 

Topstingray proudly presents a cross between a Galaxy P14 and a Leopoldi Black Diamond. From what we know, we probably might not be the first to produce such a cross. However, we just want to share this stingray with the global stingray community as an important reference.

 

The world has long been waiting to see living proof of a cross between the 2 most famous black stingrays in the world. So it is with great pride and joy that Topstingray presents to you “Living proof of a Galaxy P14 X Black Diamond!”

 

The stingray has a distinct brown base color and solid white patterns which covers the entire disc of the stingray. This stingray is one of the few brown fishes that has pattern and spots so supreme that it astounded us. As this stingray is still young, we are certain that it would develop as how both their parents would. The older they get, the whiter the spots become.

 

The photo shows a distinct difference between a pure Black Diamond stingray pup and a Galaxy P14 cross Black Diamond stingray pup. We are certain that the Galaxy X Black Diamond would have an unmatched whitening transformation process from birth to maturity. There will be photo updates of this transformation process on our website in the future.

 

Enjoy the photo!

 

 

JUNE STOCK NOW AVAILABLE

Sunday, June 5th, 2011

 

June 2011 stock is now available, check out our new Potamotrygon Leopoldi BlackDiamond, Potamotrygon Galaxy P14 F5 and Leopoldi Variants stingrays in the supply section.

 

If you are seriously interested, don’t wait around because our stocks do not last long once they are available.

 

Topstingray.com has a policy of, first come first served.

 

June Supply Update

Thursday, June 2nd, 2011

 

Due to the limited supply and high demand for our Potamotrygon Leopoldi BlackDiamond stingrays, we are currently almost out of stock.

 

We will have more stock available in early June 2011. Updates will be posted in the coming weeks, so be sure to check back on Topstingray.com as we will serve on a first come, first served basis. So if your interested don’t wait arround, our stocks do not last long once they become available.

 

Topstingray is working hard to increase the number of BlackDiamonds produced in month, but top quality BlackDiamond stingrays take time to develop. As is the case for most of our high quality stingrays.

 

Potamotrygon Leopoldi BlackDiamond Facts & Knowledge Part I

Tuesday, March 29th, 2011

 

Potamotrygon Leopoldi is the scientific name for BlackDiamond stingrays. The “Black Diamond” part is just made up. It has no scientific value.
 
There is much confusion and misleading information about Potamotrygon Leopoldi BlackDiamonds out there.
 
Most commonly asked questions asked about BlackDiamonds consist of, What characteristics makes a common Potamotrygon Leopoldi a BlackDiamond? And / Or how do you tell if its a pure Potamotrygon Leopoldi BlackDiamond?
 
There are many varied views and opinions on this subject, but there are a few general guidelines that can help you to determine what a BlackDiamond is and what is not.
 
There are many that are “in between” the classifications of BlackDiamond and common Leopoldi.
 
To understand the origins of the Leopoldi BlackDiamond stingrays, we must first understand the relationship between Leopoldi Polkadot, Leopoldi Variants and Leopoldi BlackDiamonds.
 
These three species originated from the same ancestor.