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06-02-2013 02:31 AM
peachii Just wanted you to know i have enjoyed your journal tonight. Read it from start to end and had some really great info on shrimp.

This last set of pictures especially the first one has some probably the coolest looking shrimp I have seen so far. I love the pattern.
11-14-2012 03:38 AM
HolyAngel TTxCRSxTigerxCaridina Sulawesi are still going strong!

These are what I'm starting to get, they look like SS CRSxCrystal white or ghost, 1 white bar behind the head and black/brown CRS markings with the rest of the body clear.

10-02-2012 08:10 PM
HolyAngel /sneaks in..

08-28-2012 11:35 PM
HolyAngel Tiger x CRS

08-23-2012 03:58 PM
HolyAngel Yeah I got them from Petshrimp, but they do not have the CBS-like markings, mine are mostly all light blue with no markings. I've been told it can take till adulthood to get the full colors/patterns but not sure mine will have any. Physically, they look EXACTLY like a tt or crs just different color so I'm confident they will cross and that they are not paracaridina's, malawa's, ect.
08-23-2012 03:29 PM
xenxes If you're talking about these:

They look exactly like "Princess Bees" (paracaridina) from Vietnam:

I think it's mislabeled.
08-23-2012 03:25 PM
xenxes Malawa are small, 3/4" fully grown approximately. They're mostly clear-greyish in color. The pic on the link was due to lighting.

You said you got them from Petshrimp, do you have black/white CBS-like patterns on yours?
08-23-2012 03:13 PM
HolyAngel Nice yeah thanks, serrata can definitely cross with cantonensis as you can see ^^

And hmm.. I'm pretty sure these aren't malawa shrimp, I've seen those and they're generally bigger and colored differently. These that I have are a currently undisclosed species that hasn't been classified yet, but they are caridina's like crs, just from the Sulawesi area instead of southeast Asia.
08-23-2012 02:40 AM
xenxes wow interesting crosses, didn't know serrata could x cantonensis, subbed!

Those sulawesi are malawa shrimp. Were you able to cross them with anything else?
08-12-2012 12:35 PM
rodcuda something is strange there, I cannot imagine why the PH would be so high.
08-09-2012 07:00 PM
Originally Posted by rodcuda View Post
Did you ever get a good handle on why you could not keep the PH down?
Nope not a clue my RO water comes out at 8.4-9 ph with 0 tds/gh/kh, I don't get it.
08-09-2012 06:37 PM
rodcuda Did you ever get a good handle on why you could not keep the PH down?
08-09-2012 02:42 PM
HolyAngel More pics!

And a video of feeding time
08-03-2012 12:34 AM
HolyAngel Nothing too exciting here, but a decent vid of one of the Red Tiger x CRS(also a TT x CRS, and some PFR's):
Red Tiger x CRS
07-30-2012 02:37 AM
New Additions 7/29 Pics

Found my macro lens! Here's a few more pics!

Caridina Sulawesi

Red Tiger x CRS

Tangerine Tiger x CRS

Should make for an interesting breeding group.. See what I come up with here in another generation or two. My end goal is a stable unique patterned shrimp that is very hardy and able to thrive in ph 6-8. Basically breed and live like neo's ^^
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