It does appear to be a female also because of the wider body. Too bad you live down in Miami because my shrimp tank is starting to get really busy with tons of baby Taiwan reds but I'm way up in Boyton Beach
Neighbors! If you need anything, let's work out a trade for shrimps.
I'm a little concerned because 2 are red cherries and about 12 of them are blue velvet's. Are all subsequent generations going to look like wild types? I don't really mind my shrimp being wild type/hybrid looking... but if the population does explode, nobody would take them right?
Anyone keep hybrids?
Blue and red... you're going to have purple shrimps. haha.