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there is one species shrimp that very common in Taiwan. i dont know what is English name of it. if i translate from Chinese, it calls black shell shrimp. they are very good algae eater shrimp for planted tank also its cheap. its similar size with cherry red shrimp. im really curious why there is nobody import this shrimps into U. S.? any reason?

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A translation prolly shows little besides this shrimp is dark. My first guess would be bumblebee though.

In Hong Kong...the literal translation of auratus and electric yellow labido(if I remember correctly) is "Yellow queen" and "Yellow prince".
 

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A translation prolly shows little besides this shrimp is dark. My first guess would be bumblebee though.

In Hong Kong...the literal translation of auratus and electric yellow labido(if I remember correctly) is "Yellow queen" and "Yellow prince".
sorry! ive been busy at this moment. i'll post couple pix asap. nope! they are not bumblebee. totally different! :twisted:

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