Wow, what a great chart! And since these wouldn't crossbreed with my Neocaridina heteropoda var. Sakura Red, it would be too cool to have a Sakura Red army and Royal Blue army in the same tank, haha!
Patience, friend.So elaborate on the errors or what changes were recommended
Thanks! I have actually been using this post to help me get started with the neos. It's been really helpful!Hey! I thought I should share this picture compilation I made some time ago... It has shrimp pics and their common names, families, genus... It occurred to me that it could be helpful for your imaging. Thanks for your work!
These are the most established ones so far but people are breeding new shrimp every day. The variations and variety of tibees alone are endless! I'm certain that someone will come up with new strains of C. cantonensis but I selfishly hope it doesn't happen for a while because I need a break from editing this chart, hahaha.I'm just now getting into the shrimp hobby, but thank you so much for your effort. I never knew there could be so many color genes which leads to my question... Are there other color morphs/color genes besides these? Colors that haven't been bred yet?
They do indeed!This is awesome! My only questions are: blue jellies and green hulks.. They don't get CRS patterns, per say, do they?
Apparently Hulks and Jellies are what you get if you have a BKK with weak pigmentation.Hmmm, I heard that the Green Hulks were a special case of BKK.