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Old 02-07-2013, 07:37 PM   #1
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Default Worth It?

So I've been attempting to cull my RCS tank for better red coloration for the past few weeks. I'm planning on breaking down both 10 gallons I have set up now to "start over" using the knowledge that I've gained since joining this forum. I will be setting up a new tank/tanks dedicated to my shrimp friends, as I have fallen in love with all the incredible species/morphs available.
My question is, is it worth it in your opinion to continue culling for the most red, and mixing them with another RED neo species, like PFR's, Taiwan Reds, etc.
Or should I just sell/donate/trade/whatever the Cherries and focus on whatever new Specie of my choice?
I know this is all a matter of personal opinion, just wondering what others think about my dilemma.
Thanks!
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