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Okay here are some side shots. they kinda look like the one above but maybe more greenish, yellowish.
here is a wide shot and then a close up of the same shot.
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They do come in brown, green ,and yellow. It looks just like it. What was the name of it that you bought it under. Yes they do look like a cherry. I think its Minami. Any second thoughts? Thanks for the new shot!
 

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if you look at the stripes on he back of my picture and look at stripes on the back of sunmiztres they seem to be in the same spot, and the eyes look the same, but it could be wild cherry. Let find a picture of a wild cherry.
 

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Oh No it's not a wild cherry, it looks nothing like it.
I don't know what it is. I was told it's a Neocaridina sp.
well there are allot of Neocaridina sp. There are snowballs, blue shrimp, ect that are Neocaridina sp. It does look like gabes picture of a Minami ecpet more yellow, green but you said they do come that way also. HUH, I Ponder :)
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Gabe you have any info on Minamis'?

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I know the Minami breed like cherry shrimp. They get about the size of cherry about an inch. They like the same temps and PH like cherry. Minami are very hardy shrimp just like the cherry shrimp. I believe they are Neocaridina sp.
 

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I know the Minami breed like cherry shrimp. They get about the size of cherry about an inch. They like the same temps and PH like cherry. Minami are very hardy shrimp just like the cherry shrimp. I believe they are Neocaridina sp.
Yes everything is pointing to the Minami. THey look like them and yes they breed like them in the same water parameters. Cool

Thanks gabe for the info:)
 
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