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Honestly, most breeders do not grade their sakuras using the ABCS methods....


Even the highest grade male shrimp could appear quite dull and bland... so it makes it harder to cull out the lesser colored shrimp when the majority of them just might end up being males!


Getting some higher grade sakuras WOULD have the potential to make your colony better......

However, on the flip side.... it would lessen the quality of the shrimp that you already have....


It would be recommended to set up a separate tank if you want higher grades, but you could just stick them in with your sakuras and continue culling until you reach the desired level of coloration that you wish for in your colony. Entirely up to you!
 

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My apologies, I worded that wrong!

Meant to say, your shrimp would lessen the quality of the new shrimp, if the new shrimp are of a higher grade than what you have.
 
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