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KeenShrimp

Hi Stanko, is there any way that you can tell makes and females apart?

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NoGi

I can never sex mine right lol

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kizshrimp

I have seen a sexing guide but the differences were more subtle than with most other Caridina.

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stanko96

Sorry didnt see the come t yes u can sex them but very hard same as other shrimp but to be sure berried female is best


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zn30
12 minutes ago, stanko96 said:

yes u can sex them but very hard same as other shrimp but to be sure berried female is best

How many did you start off with in the hope of having both males and females?

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stanko96

5 but all gone now will get some later mabey


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zn30

Thanks for that, I think we'll start with ten to hedge our bets, in saying that we do this with our fish as well and at times we've had plenty of males for sale however everyone always needs females.

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