Ki Utsuri

Ki Utsuri, a member of the Utsurimono family, are koi with a black body and areas of yellow pattern overlaying the black.

The gene responsible for Ki Utsuri is a recessive gene.  This means that Ki Utsuri are a random “throw” from a Shiro Utsuri or Hi Utsuri spawn, and can never be produced in large quantities.  For this reason, very few Ki Utsuri are seen in the koi industry, and even fewer are of a high quality.  This fact makes Ki Utsuri the most rare and sought-after member of the Utsurimono family, and indeed one of the more rare koi varieties in general.

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