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Old 01-25-2007, 06:55 AM   #101 (permalink)
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so do you have each species in their own tank, or do you combine species that don't interbreed?
On some tanks I have some species together that will not interbreed. I still have some tanks that I have not setup to separate each specie in their own tank.

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Are you planning on selling these shrimp or do you just enjoy the little buggers?
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Are you planning on selling these shrimp or do you just enjoy the little buggers?
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cool thats a sweet setup
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Maybe you can isloate this shrimp with a more clear female and see what comes out.

-Pedro
Well the yellow is being passed along! I ended up "culling" 20 or so males that weren't so great looking and left only the best ones I could find. My favorite male is very red, and yellow tone in the body, it looks really good. If only I could get a picture...

So I think by trying to remove most of the males I could get faster results than separating them to their own tank...

-Andrew

Oh, and by "culling" I brought them to the LFS for credits.
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Trying to see if this shrimp breeds in FW. I have seeing some females developing saddles. Females seem to be a clear color while males look like the ones below:



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where do you get all these shrimp? it's so facinating!
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Thats a really interesting shrimp Kinda reminds me of a SSS CRS. But I'm sure you would know if it was one, or at least would tell us it was...

So what is it? Where did you get it?

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where do you get all these shrimp? it's so facinating!
different places...
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Thats a really interesting shrimp Kinda reminds me of a SSS CRS. But I'm sure you would know if it was one, or at least would tell us it was...

So what is it? Where did you get it?

-Andrew
Not sure what it is. Is a local shrimp from Japan.

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