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|12-29-2012 12:02 AM|
Originally Posted by pandamonium View Post
Blue tints however have been noted to be found in the regular tiger shrimp population. Might as well mix them and see what you get.
|12-28-2012 11:12 PM|
|pandamonium||I am planning on getting shrimp from a guy whose regular tigers have a blue color. Is this also kinda like the blonde deal? Will they have a chance at breeding into OEBT?|
|12-28-2012 11:11 PM|
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|12-28-2012 10:49 PM|
|dougolasjr||Do your white cloud minnows bother them at all?|
|12-28-2012 10:20 PM|
|Zenzu||They could have been crossed, I know some wild bee variants have red/orange eyes and that looks to be what this is. It would also explain the lower cost.|
|12-28-2012 05:54 PM|
|Hmoobthor||i would go buy more! blondies will produce blue tigers.|
|12-28-2012 04:25 PM|
|Aquatic Delight||no kidding i wish anyone near me sold tigers at 1.50!|
|12-28-2012 04:05 PM|
|sbarbee54||I agree with Wicca|
|12-28-2012 04:01 PM|
|wicca27||its probbably a cull from some ones orange eye blue tigers. oebt do give "blond" shrimp that look like normal tigers but with the orange eyes. and at $1.50 i would grab a bunch more cause chances are you will get some blue ones out of the babies they have together|
|12-28-2012 11:05 AM|
regular tiger with orange eyes?
Or do my eyes deceive me? Is this just a random occurrence? I always thought that only the black or blue tigers have orange eyes. I am a shrimp noobie so just wanted to check if what I bought was a good purchase ($1.50 locally).
Is this something that happens often?