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TDS really means nothing, IMO. You can EI dose and get TDS into 400-500. I guess if it matters at all, it would be for water changes and tap water.
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Don't forget the various Babaulti and Fan shrimp species.

Or the debated "Dark Green" species.
C'mon! You add them! Lol!


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Me? You guys are the pros. I'm lucky just to know they exist.


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Are you doing this as part of MABJ's collab. project?
No, it came up because I was trying to help some Chilean friends at acuaristas.cl have better knowledge about this hobby. They were using "cherry" for all neos and calling them neocardinia japonica also.... Lol!

I'm sure that book/website/magazine will have something like this. I will be happy if this thread is somewhat helpful to that project.


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Then may I ask for your permission to use the information in this thread after you've finished compiling it?
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Then may I ask for your permission to use the information in this thread after you've finished compiling it?
Sure! Ask Speedie about his pics tho.


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We already got Speedie's cooperation!
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where is the Caridina cf. babaulti var green ?
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where is the Caridina cf. babaulti var green ?
I don't know! Why don't you copy the original post and paste it with that shrimp species?


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+1 to Caridinia baubaulti green, blue, zebra, black

Green neo ? if it is real

Regular tiger shrimp
Super tiger shrimp
Aura blue (C. serrata?)

Cardinal shrimps? -caridina dennerli
Ghost shrimp
caridina multidentata Amano shrimp
Caridinia ropinqua brown and orange
Caridinia fernando
Caridinia gracilirostris pinnnochio shrimp
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ok,

i added some images.

Please feel free to help out!




- but don't take it personal if I dont post the pic in the first post, please!


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Your text is way too big, change the size the next time you edit it.

Also this PDF might have a more detailed list on Genus and common names. (Find scientific species somewhere else)

ShrimpBreedingChart
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Your text is way too big, change the size the next time you edit it.

Also this PDF might have a more detailed list on Genus and common names. (Find scientific species somewhere else)

ShrimpBreedingChart
Alright, I'll do.
I did that last night, I was tired.


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Oh my gosh, THANK YOU for arranging them in a way that makes SENSE! It always drove me up and wall and across the ceiling how so many sites would mention the scientific names as an afterthought.
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You're welcome. It needed to happen one day, right?


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