Hi everyone, I was just wondering if anyone has ever heard of a black rili shrimp? I've been looking all over the net and the closest I've found were full blue rili shrimp. I have two shrimp in my rili colony that are full black (except for the center clear section). At first I thought maybe a crystal black shrimp somehow got in the tank, but that would've been impossible since I don't keep any and the tank these shrimp are housed in has only ever had red rili shrimp in it (started with about 25 red rilis from two different sources). Anyway, are these special shrimp that I should consider trying to separate and breed or is this a common mutation I should just forget about? They're pretty cool since they're a rili mutation I haven't yet seen, but I'm wondering if it's worth the years of work trying to get them to breed true if they're already a common mutation and/or they already look like an existing shrimp (black crs except without the white and less bands). Any thoughts? Sorry about the crap photos. Once I find my macro lens I will try to update these pictures. Thanks!