The larval shrimp certainly seemed interested in the snail! Still haven't seen a berried amano on my end....
The dots and dashes were quickly drift out from F3 and they are some how look like a false Amano.Was curious about the dots and dashes... but I really don't think they are the same as false amanos... body shape is just different... that is, the "false amanos" appear "thicker" to me, particularly the females..
I am very curious to see if the size and coloring differences are inherited traits said:The size and coloring in first and second generation are not that differences from wild caught F0. From third and fourth generation on they’re becoming smaller in size. Comparable to that of RCS in size.
Congratulations on your successful rearing of multiple generations said:Rearing and breeding multiple generations may ending. From F4 their exoskeletons become thicker, having difficulty shedding their exoskeleton and had molting dead. Their fecundity suffer and didn’t have many larvae to work with.
Working on softening the water and see if any help in aiding the sperm fertilize the berries or do a cross back.